We are India’s largest Urban Co-operative Bank and have come a long way from our modest beginnings as a co-operative credit society in 1918. Our experience and expertise have received the trust and support of our customers and the growing fraternity of stakeholders.

  • TOTAL BUSINESS

    RS
    63,422.13
    CRORE

  • TOTAL ATMS

    311
  • TOTAL BRANCHES

    284

We, at Saraswat Bank, are seeking new harbours of growth and inorganic opportunities continue to be one of our focus areas.

We have demonstrated capabilities to acquire and turnaround the banks that we took over. Since 2006, we acquired seven stressed Urban Co-operative Banks with the primary objective of safeguarding the interest of over 7,70,000 depositors of these banks. We also strived to make the most of multiple synergies emerging from this initiative.

  • Maratha Mandir Co-operative Bank Ltd.
    20/03/2006
  • Mandvi Co-operative Bank Ltd.
    30/03/2007
  • Annasaheb Karale Janata Sahakari Bank Ltd.
    30/06/2007
  • Murgha Rajendra Sahakari Bank Ltd.
    30/06/2007
  • Kolhapur Maratha Co-operative Bank Ltd.
    21/12/2007
  • South Indian Co-operative Bank Ltd.
    01/09/2008
  • Nashik People’s Co-operative Bank Ltd.
    06/03/2009



TOTAL BUSINESSin lakh

L
A
K
H

  • 0.071920
  • 26.711943

  • 813.131968

  • 4562.711978

  • 97635.861993

  • 63,42,2132020

YEARS

NUMBER OF BRANCHESin UNITS

U
N
I
T
S

  • 11920
  • 21943

  • 91968

  • 241978

  • 501993

  • 2842020

Numbers are factual; graph is representational

YEARS

HIGHEST EVER
NET PROFIT

250.79

CRORE

ROBUST ASSET
QUALITY

Net NPA at

1.56%

in FY 2019-20
down from 1.80% in FY 2018-19

GROWTH IN
RETAIL ADVANCES

During the year

12.84%

OVER 100 YEARS
OF CREATING
VALUE FOR
STAKE-HOLDERS!

Profitable since inception
Paid dividends consistently to our shareholders