Bank of Baroda IFSC code

Bank of Baroda (BOD) IFSC code refers to the 11 characters issued to each branch bank by the Reserve Bank of India. Referred as the Indian Financial System Code, the BOB IFSC code is used to carry out safe online financial transactions. For Bank of Baroda account holders, it is necessary to know the IFSC code of their branch bank to receive money in a hassle-free way. Also, to initiate a funds transfer from Bank of Baroda account to other banks, knowing the IFSC code of the transferee. Knowing the IFSC code of BOB account holder’s branch helps individual transfer funds to the right person, without any problems. It also helps RBI keep a track of all the funds transferred from the BOB branch banks to other banks. With the advent of IFSC, each branch of BOB has got a unique identity, thus helping transferor initiate a safe online transaction.

What is Bank of Baroda ISFC code?

Bank of Baroda IFSC code consists of 11 digits that are different for every branch of Bank of Baroda bank.

The first four characters represent the name of the bank, the fifth digit is 0 and the last six digits denote the branch code of the BOB bank.

For example, IFSC code of Bank of Baroda, Kopri Branch, Thane East is BARB0THAEAS, whereas IFSC code of Bank of Baroda, Naupada, Thane West is BARB0THANAX.

The last six digits here give a different identity to each branch bank.

How to Find IFSC and MICR code of Bank of Baroda?

IFSC code and MICR code of each branch of Bank of Baroda can be looked up online on a trusted website. You can also find Bank of Baroda IFSC code on the passbook or the cheque book issued by the bank.

If you want to receive money, then you would have to provide the transferor with the IFSC code of your branch bank.

To transfer money to a Bank of Baroda customer, you will have to know the IFSC code of his branch bank as, without it, you cannot initiate the funds' transfer online.

Information required for transferring funds to Bank of Baroda account holder

If you want to transfer to an individual holding an account with the BOB Bank, then you would require the below details:

  • Name of the account holder
  • Contact details of the account holder
  • Branch name of the account holder
  • IFSC code of the branch bank
  • Bank of Baroda account number
  • Contact details of the account holder

Information required for transferring funds from Bank of Baroda account

To successfully initiate a funds transfer from your Bank of Baroda bank account, you would require the below details :

  • Name of the beneficiary
  • Contact details of the beneficiary
  • Branch name of the beneficiary
  • IFSC code of the branch bank
  • Account number of the beneficiary
  • Contact details of the beneficiary

Transfer Funds Using Bank of Baroda NEFT, IMPS and RTGS payment services

Bank of Baroda provides its customers the convenience and comfort of transferring money online using the NEFT and RTGS payment service.

The funds' transfer service offered by Bank of Baroda is simple, convenient, quick and secure. Bank of

Baroda NEFT service:

Bank of Baroda allows account holders to transfer funds using National Funds Transfer Service that allows you to transfer funds in an easy way. NEFT fund transfer can take up to 2-4 hours for the funds to get credited in the recipient's number. Timings for NEFT: 8.00 am to 06.45 pm for all days (Except for 2nd Saturday, 4th Saturday and Sundays).

Bank of Baroda RTGS service:

If you are a BOB bank account holder and want to transfer funds in high volume, then the Real Time Gross Settlement payment system allows you to do so on a real-time basis. The funds are credited to the bank account holder’s account within 30 minutes. Timings for RTGS: 8.00 am to 04.30 pm all days (Except for 2nd Saturday, 4th Saturday and Sundays). Walk-in-Customers can transfer funds to any other bank (offering NEFT service) through NEFT by depositing cash less than Rs.50000/-.

How to transfer funds using Bank of Baroda NEFT and RTGS service?

  • Visit www.bankofbaroda.com
  • Click on www.bobibanking.com
  • Click on the link Transfer to other bank NEFT/RTGS.
  • Add beneficiary (Enter the beneficiary account details including IFSC code)
  • Transfer the money in an easy way

About Bank of Baroda

Bank of Baroda is a state-owned bank, headquartered in Vadodara. The bank was founded by the Maharaja of Baroda, Maharaja Sayajirao Gaekwad III on 20 July 1908 in the Princely State of Baroda, Gujarat. The bank, along with 13 other major commercial banks of India, was nationalised on 19 July 1969, by the Government of India and has been designated as a profit-making public sector undertaking (PSU).

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