Banking in India
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Banking in India
Banking in India has changed considerably in the past decade. Just about every international bank has a presence now in India. As in the UK, you can choose a different account for different purposes, but the most common forms are the UK-equivalent of current and savings accounts. Cash machines are available throughout the country.
To open a bank account in India, you will be required to provide the following documentation:
- Valid Passport
- Valid Visa
- Employer's Certificate or approval from the Reserve Bank of India if self-employed
Organisations that can assist with Banking
Business Banking advice Advice on which type of bank account would best suit your business. Help making payments – and getting paid.
Breder Suasso offers accounts opening for Private and Corporate clients. Enhancing clients' possibility to move their money assets across international borders swiftly and securely is the main goal of Breder Suasso financial services.