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Lord Krishna Bank opens two branches in National Capital Region

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Kochi , Jan. 7

LORD Krishna Bank has announced the opening of two new branches in the National Capital Region, at Karol Bagh and Ghaziabad.

With the launch of these two branches, the bank's national network has grown to 103, of which 12 are in the Delhi region, a press release from the bank has said.

The launch also highlights the bank's focus to tap the potential in the Northern markets. "As part of our series of new initiatives to make Lord Krishna Bank a truly national bank, we are currently focusing on Northern India and the National Capital Region is a key market for us. We have 12 branches in NCR that will not only enable us to service our existing customers, but will also attract new customers to the bank," Mr Vipin C. Marwah, General Manager of the bank said.

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