DBS Bank India is a branch of DBS Bank Ltd., one of the largest financial services groups in Asia. DBS opened its first branch in Mumbai in 1995. Since opening its second branch in New Delhi in 2005, DBS has rapidly expanded its network to 12 branches and 40 ATMs spread across the country in key locations. In the last 5 years, DBS India has grown its customer base by about 20 times, and increased its staff strength to over 800. Today, it is the first and the largest Asian bank in India and is committed to building a universal banking franchise in India with a significant presence across businesses, clients, products and services. 


The bank's strong capital position, as well as "AA-" and "Aa1" credit ratings are among the highest in the Asia-Pacific region and have earned it Global Finance's "Safest Bank in Asia" accolade for four consecutive years, since 2009. DBS was also acknowledged as “India’s Best Foreign Bank” by Financial Express – Ernst & Young in 2010 and Dun & Bradstreet for its Asset Quality in 2011.


DBS leverages its insights, deep understanding of Asia and appreciation of local cultures to provide innovative and comprehensive financial solutions. The bank offers a portfolio of corporate banking and financial services to companies, financial institutions and small and mid-tier clients across industries and segments. These include capital markets, credit facilities, electronic banking services, securities and fiduciary services, treasury services, cash management, deposit accounts, international banking and trade finance. DBS also offers wealth management solutions through “DBS Treasures”, an exclusive wealth management service offered to the bank’s most valued clients including “non-resident Indians” (NRIs) with products tailored to suit the needs of customers working or living outside India, to help meet their banking and financial aspirations. 


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Royal Bank of Scotland Group

In 300 years, The Royal Bank of Scotland Group has grown to become one of the largest financial services groups in the world. They operate around the globe to provide banking services for individuals, businesses and institutions.


RBS offers a broad range of transaction banking, fixed income and foreign exchange products and services, including sales and trading, fixed income origination, derivatives, structured lending and commodity financing.


Additionally, they provide a diverse range of product offerings including personal loans, credit cards, savings accounts, financial planning, investment and insurance services, to meet the everyday financial needs of over a million Personal Banking clients in India.


Aviva's relationship with RBS commenced in June 2002 when the bank was known as ABN AMRO.The Bank introduces its customers to Aviva for insurance and provides access to its affluent customer base across the country through its operations in 31 branches at 22 locations.


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