Mumbai, Oct 20: The Bank of Baroda (BoB) opened a wholly owned subsidiary at Port of Spain in Trinidad and Tobago today.
Bank chairman and managing director Dr A K Khandelwal inaugurated the subsidiary in the presence of High Commissioner of India to Trinidad and Tobago J S Sapra, Trinidad and Tobago finance minister Enill Conrad, and other dignitaries, a press release here said.
With this office, BoB's global footprints now extend to 65 overseas offices in 23 countries spread over all the continents.
Bank of Baroda (Trinidad&Tobago) shall offer full range of banking products and services to its customers including personal banking, global trade finance, SME financing, wholesale banking, remittances, NRI services, and others, the release said.
The subsidiary is equipped with state-of-the-art technology and shall be connected through CBS Platform besides offering facility of alternate e-channels to ensure customer convenience and comfort, the release added.