ADCB India began operations in 1980 with the objective of further developing Indo-UAE trade relations and catering to the remittance and savings needs of the non-resident Indians working in the UAE and other countries in the GCC region.
Over the last 30 years, ADCB has been in India serving these "niche" segments through its two branches - one in Mumbai and one in Bengaluru.
The India operations of ADCB are organised into three business segments: Liabilities, Corporate Banking and Trade Finance (CTF), and Treasury.
The key dates in the brief history of ADCB India are as follows:
The Indian operations of Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank date back to 1980, when the former "Emirates Commercial Bank" was set up on December 9, 1980. On this day, the Bank commenced branch operations at its present premises in 75, Rehmat Manzil, Veer Nariman Road, Mumbai, 400020.
In 1985, three commercial banks operating in the UAE were merged as a result of an Amiri Decree and a new bank was established under the name Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank. The banks that merged were the Federal Commercial Bank, the Khaleej Commercial Bank and the Emirates Commercial Bank. As a result of this merger, the Indian operation began functioning under the new name of "Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank".
As part of our expansion plans, the Bengaluru branch was set up and opened in 1996.
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75 Rehmat Manzil,
Veer Nariman Road, Churchgate,
Mumbai 400020 - INDIA
Tel : +91 22 39534100
Fax : +91 22 39534106
Citi Centre, 28 Church Street,
Bengaluru 560001 - INDIA
Tel: +91 80 25582000
Fax:+91 80 25582323
Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank Building,
Shk Zayed Street,
P. O. Box: 939,
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates