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UTI opens two outlets at Warangal and Nizamabad

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HYDERABAD: UTI Bank has announced the inauguration of two branches, one each at Warangal and Nizamabad, on Wednesday. The bank currently has 284 branches, 89 extension counters and 1,734 automated teller machines (ATMs) across the country.

Inaugurating the new branches, UTI Bank Executive Director, Mr S. Chatterjee, said the move was another step towards extensive consumer banking focus, according to a press release.

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