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Founder  - Shri Lala Tansukh Rai Ji The Jain Cooperative Bank Ltd. is one of the oldest Primary urban Cooperative Bank in Delhi. The Bank was started as a Thrift/Credit Society with a meager capital amount in September, 1939 by Late Shri Lala Tansukh Rai Jain to cater to the needs of weaker section of the society. Dedication, honesty and entrepreneurial skills of Lala ji helped this Thrift/Credit Society to grow up into a big society within a few years. read more ....


Salient Features
  • Cash Credit Limit upto 1 Crore lacs against Collateral Securities/ Hypothecation of Stock for Business Development.
  • Overdraft Limit against Collateral Security. Upto 50 Lac
  • Trader OD Limit 20 Lacs
  • Personal Loans upto 2 Lacs
  • Mortgage Loan upto 50 Lacs.
  • Housing Loans upto 50 Lacs.
  • Loan facilities to original allottees of DSIIDC Industrial Plot for development of Member’s small scale industry.
  • Locker Facility available at all Branches.
  • NEFT / RTGS Facility available at all Branches.
  • SMS Alert Facility.
Quick Overview

About Jain Bank

The position of bank as on 31st march 2016 as under:- (in Lakh)

  • ESTB in 1939
  • Advances Rs. 3039.45
  • Deposits Rs. 14783.48
  • Working Capital Rs. 19598.68
  • Share money Rs. 428.51
  • Profit for the Year 21.06
  • CST NO.AAAAJ0060AST001
News & Notable

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  • The JAIN Cooperative Bank Ltd. offer AADHAR card enabled service. All Customers are advised to link their aadhaar card no. to their Saving Account for receiving GAS and other subsidy from Govt. of India.

  • To avoid inconvenience all the customers are advised to furnish their 12 digit Account number properly for receiving NEFT/RTGS and Govt. Subsidy.

  • As per the RBI Directions and mandatory change made in CTS clearing, all customers are advised to get replaced their old cheque books with new CTS-2010 Standard Cheque Books.

  • Mobile SMS Alert Facility is available to Customers.

  • In terms of provisions of Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002(PMLA) and Reserve Bank of India (RBI) guidelines, all customers are advised to submit their KYC Documents into their respective branches to avoid any inconvenience.