Shri Ajit Gawkar, brave Indian soldier died while fighting intruders/enemies at the Jammu and Kashmir Border. In recognition of his services to the country, Saraswat Bank appointed his wife in the services of the Bank on the occasion of 61st Independence Day.

In the dreadful terrorists attack in Mumbai on 26th November 2008, the first and hopefully the last of its kind,
many brave soldiers laid their life for the security of the people. Amongst them were Shri. Tukaram Ombale,  Shri. Balasaheb Bhosale, Shri . Arun Chitte, Shri. Murlidhar Choudhari and Shri Ambadas Ramchandra Pawar. In  recognition of their services Saraswat Bank  appointed Next of Kin of these brave soldiers in the  services of the Bank. Saraswat Bank salutes the Supreme sacrifice made by the Martyrs in the 26/11 attack on Mumbai.
(The beneficiaries of discretionary recruitment mentioned here in above, have been working to the full satisfaction of their superiors in the Bank. The Board of Directors proposes to keep all such discretionary recruitment below 1% of the Bank's total staff, while ensuring that the officers and clerks so appointed are minimum graduates and office assistants are minimum SSC).

Mile yahan, Dono Jahan

True to its new tag line, "Mile Yahan Dono Jahan", Saraswat Bank is committed to bridging the gap between technology and tradition by bringing to its customers the best of both worlds.

Keeping tradition intact and embracing technology, the Bank has matched strides with India's digital revolution by offering various digital banking services designed to make banking more easy and convenient like mobile banking, internet banking, international VISA EMV and RuPay chip cards, etc. Simultaneously, through its emphasis on personalized attention, the Bank has maintained its personal touch with customers. Agility of the small bank with the ability of the large bank has been Saraswat Bank's enduring heritage new.

Contact Saraswat Bank

Corporate Office
Saraswat Co-operative Bank Limited
Ekanath Thakur Bhawan 953, Appasaheb Marathe Marg, Prabhadevi. Mumbai- 400 025
Tel: [+91] (022) 6600 5555