|Industry||Banking, Insurance, Capital Markets and allied industries|
|Founded||1 April 1804as The Asiatic Bank|
|Defunct||1 July 1843|
|Fate||merged with the Bank of Madras|
|Successor||Bank of Madras|
Number of locations
|Products||Deposits, Personal Banking Schemes, C & I Banking Schemes, Agri Banking Schemes, SME Banking Schemes|
|Services||Banking, Trade Finance|
|Parent||State Bank of India|
The Asiatic Bank was the third oldest bank founded in the Madras Presidency after The Madras Bank (1683), the Carnatic Bank (1788) and The British Bank of Madras (1795) served many cities in South India.
Final years edit
The bank was one of four banks that were merged to form the Bank of Madras in 1843: The Madras Bank (1683), the Carnatic Bank and The British Bank of Madras (1795). The Bank of Madras is one of the precursors of the Imperial Bank of India and eventually the State Bank of India.
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