City Union Bank (CUB) was initially called ‘The Kumbakonam Bank Limied’ and it started as a limited company in 1904 but soon started to proliferate. It is currently headquartered in Kumbakonam, Tamil Nadu and offers a range of products and services to its customers.
CUB offers 2 types of Current account to its customers namely Current Account General and Current Account Classic Plus.
CUB offers housing loan upto Rs.1 crore to the eligible customers with repayment tenure of up to 180 months.
CUB offers education loan to its customers studying across leading institutions in India & overseas to fulfill their career goals & aspirations.
CUB offers four-wheeler loan upto Rs.25 lakh to individuals (Salaried / Self Employed) for new vehicles with repayment tenure of 36 to 60 months.
CUB offers two-wheeler loan upto Rs.1.5 lakh to individuals (Salaried / Self Employed) for new vehicles with repayment tenure of 36 to 60 months.
City Union Bank offers a recurring deposit with Rs.100 as a minimum amount of deposit per month for a tenure starting from 12 months to a maximum of 120 years.
Offers Titanium credit card (Virtual) which offers attractive reward points, exclusive travel benefits, dining privileges, etc.
City Union Bank offers six types of different debit cards to cater to the banking needs of all its customers.
With CUB internet banking facility customers can perform various functions, from fund transfer to request for cheque book to pay utility bills, etc.
With CUB internet banking facility customers can perform various functions, from fund transfer to request for cheque book to pay utility bills etc.
CUB customer care system offers easy and convenient access to one’s account and provides info about various products and services.
IFSC helps in identifying banks and its respective branches in the process of fund transfer. City Union Bank IFSC is structured in a pattern where the first 4 characters denote the name of the bank, while the last 6 characters represent the branch of the bank. The 5th character is generally 0 (zero). Read More