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Federal Bank Customer Care
Phone: 1800 – 425 – 1199 / 1800 – 420 – 1199 (toll free)
Phone: +91- 484 – 2630994 (international customers)
Email: Reach Federal Bank customer care through email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Federal Bank Head Office
P.B.No.103 Federal Towers
Aluva – 683101, Kerala – India
Phone : 2623620, 2623621
Fax : 2622672
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About Federal Bank
Federal Bank was founded by Kulangara Paulo Hormis at Kochi, Kerala, in the year 1945. It is a major commercial bank with close to 700 branches across India. The bank is headquartered at Aluva in Kochi. Initially the bank was known as the Travancore Federal Bank until the year 1947. The bank claims to be the fourth largest bank in India in terms of capital base. It has a Representative Office at Abu Dhabi..
Federal Bank was ranked Number One in Efficiency and in Financial Strength when compared to other Indian Banks by the Economic Times Intelligence Group. In addition to that, Federal Bank has won the ‘Great Mind Challenge’ award for implementing the most innovative solution for business. This award was introduced by IBM for the first time in India for business development initiatives. The bank also received the Excellence Award for “Second Best Bank” among Traditional Private Sector Banks in Kerala – constituted by the State Forum for Banker’s Clubs Kerala.
Federal Bank’s products and services include savings account, loans, deposits, debit cards, funds transfer, inward remittance, demat accounts, mutual fund, NRI banking, internet banking, among others.