(Guyana Guardian) – The Georgetown branch of the Bank of Baroda is in the process of launching a 24hrs banking service, which will allow it many customers in Guyana to benefit from 24hrs banking technology.
Arguably the longest serving foreign owned banking institution in Guyana, the Bank of Baroda established its first branch in Guyana in 1965, and has since evolved into an important part of Guyana’s financial services sector.
Its services include trade financing, checking and savings accounts, worldwide remittances, utility bill payments, and term deposits, among other things.
Guyanese have longed felt that a Bank of Baroda ATM facility would better enhance the nation’s increased reliance on 24hrs banking; and is therefore optimistic that the local branches of the bank would certainly see an increase in its customer base as a result of this impending service.
The Bank of Baroda is a State-owned international bank that is headquartered in Vadodara in Gujarat, India. It has a network of 5326 branches throughout India and abroad, in addition to more than 8000 ATM facilities worldwide.