Utkarsh Small Finance Bank Ltd








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Company Profile

Utkarsh Small Finance Bank Limited (the Bank) is an India-based small finance bank. The Bank is engaged in providing banking and financial services. The Bank’s product portfolio includes asset products that it advances to customers located primarily in unbanked and underbanked areas and liability products in the form of deposits that it sources from customers across regions. Its segments include Corporate/ Wholesale Banking, Retail Banking, Treasury and Other Banking Operations. Its Corporate/ Wholesale Banking segment includes lending, deposits and other banking services provided to corporate customers of the Bank. Its Retail Banking segment includes lending, deposits and other banking services provided to retail customers of the Bank through a branch network. Its Treasury segment includes dealings in statutory liquidity ratio (SLR) and non-SLR investments, maintenance of reserve requirements and resource mobilization from other banks and financial institutions.