Bottom 12 Private Sector Banks in India by Revenue

As per RBI, Currently the Indian banking system consists of 12 public sector banks, 44 foreign banks with branches in India,urban cooperative banks, regional rural banks and 22 private sector banks. Out of 22 private sector banks, follow the link to more about top 10 largest private sector banks of India by asset and below is list of rest of 12 banks by revenue.

SIB Bank (South Indian Bank) – Thrissur


South Indian Bank is a major private sector bank in India with 970 branches across Indian states and among the best private banks in Kerala also has overseas branch and largest branch of network in India.

KVB Bank (Karur Vysya Bank) – Karur


Karur Vysya Bank is one of the leading private sector bank in India, offering corporate, personal and agricultural and services. KVB has 788 branches, ATM and cash deposit machines and also provides services such as demat account, loans etc.

Karnataka Bank – Mangaluru


Karnataka Bank Limited is one of the India’s top 15 largest private sector bank, based in Mangaluru. The bank provides personal banking, product and and services by its branches, available in 22 Indian states and union territories.

RBL Bank (Ratnakar Bank) – Mumbai

Ratnakar Bank is known as RBL Bank headquartered in Mumbai, was started as a regional bank in Maharashtra in 1943 and today has 5,843 employees managing network of 372 branches.

Bandhan Bank – Kolkata

Bandhan Bank from Kolkata currently present in 28 states and 8 Union Territories of India, offering doorstep service and also listed as one of the largest bank in India by market capital.

TMB Bank (Tamilnad Mercantile Bank Limited) – Thoothukudi


Tamilnad Mercantile Bank currently has 500 plus number of branches throughout Indian states and expanding its footprint all over India. TMB was rated as the Best Bank in 2015 and also one of the fastest growing Private Sector Bank in India in 2016.

CUB Bank (City Union Bank) – Kumbakonam

City Union Bank started from in Tamil Nadu as a regional bank and slowly built as a preferred bank in the district of Thanjavur. CUB bank offers mobile banking, net banking,kiosk and also launched India’s first banking robot named Lakshmi.

LVB Bank (Lakshmi Vilas Bank) – Chennai

Lakshmi Vilas Bank is a scheduled commercial bank, started from Tamil Nadu and expanding opportunities to other important financial cities of India, Now part of the Indiabulls Housing Finance.

DCB Bank (Development Credit Bank) – Mumbai

DCB private sector scheduled bank offers banking and individual services across the Indian branches. The Development Credit Bank has presence in 19 states and provide attractive savings account values.

CSB Bank (Catholic Syrian Bank) – Thrissur

CSB Bank has headquarters at Thrissur and one of the oldest banks in Kerala, offering services and product through network of branches across India. The Catholic Syrian Bank has strong base in Kerala and offer a wide range of products and services to Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, and Maharashtra.

Dhanlaxmi Bank – Thrissur

Dhanlaxmi Bank has headquarter in Thrissur City of Kerala and extended its operating branches and ATM over the different states Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.

NTB Bank (Nainital Bank) – Nainital

Nainital Bank is a subsidiary of Bank of Baroda and listed as scheduled bank by RBI. The NTB bank has over 139 branches presently in the five Indian states and BOB has around 98.6% stake in the bank, making it subsidiary.

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