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ICICI Bank organises Coin Exchange Melas at 10 branches in Madhya Pradesh
ICICI Bank, India’s largest private sector bank, organised Coin Exchange Melas at 10 branches in Madhya Pradesh under the guidance of the Reserve Bank of India.

These melas were held at ICICI Bank branches at Napier Town, Vijay Nagar branch at M R Four Road, Gole Bazar branch at Shankar Nagar, Adhartal branch and Sadar branch in Jabalpur district, Narsimhapur branch at Itwara Bazar and Gadarwara branch in Narsinghpur district, Pipariya branch in Hoshangabad district, Bareli branch in Raisen district and Umariya branch in Umariya district.

These were organised to offer free facilities of exchanging currency notes with coins to the general public. They were much-awaited events that received an overwhelming response from people from all walks of life. The Bank also imparted training on identification of fake currency to the attendees of these melas.

ICICI Bank has a network of 3,753 branches and 11,336 ATMs across the country. The Bank services its large customer base through a multi-channel delivery network of branches, ATMs, call center and internet banking.

ICICI Bank Limited (NYSE:IBN) is India's largest private sector bank and the second largest bank in the country with consolidated total assets of US $ 124.76 billion at March 31, 2014. ICICI Bank's subsidiaries include India's leading private sector insurance companies and among its largest securities brokerage firms, mutual funds and private equity firms. ICICI Bank's presence currently spans 19 countries, including India.

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