PNB has launched a digital initiative PNB@Ease, Check Details Here
PNB @Ease outlets will be loaded with five Kiosks i.e. ATM, Bunch Note Acceptor, Account Opening Kiosk, Card Issuance Kiosk and internet-enabled Kiosk.
New Delhi: Punjab National Bank (PNB) has launched a digitial initiative PNB@Ease under which every transaction undertaken by a bank branch will be initiated and authorised by customers themselves.
The service can range from savings accounts opening to availing various loans and more, without visiting a branch or help from the bank employees, PNB said in a statement.
Going forward, it said, the bank would roll out PNB@Ease across 165 identified locations across India.
Sharing the details of the initiative, PNB Managing Director S S Mallikarjuna Rao said PNB @Ease outlets will be loaded with five Kiosks i.e. ATM, Bunch Note Acceptor, Account Opening Kiosk, Card Issuance Kiosk and internet-enabled Kiosk.
This facility will enable the customers to avail all banking services under one roof, he said, adding, PNB@Ease outlets would boost the bank's distribution capability and lower the cost of customer acquisition.
First such multi-functional outlet was inaugurated by Panda at the Central Secretariat Metro Station, New Delhi.
On the occasion of 127th Foundation Day, MD & CEO CH. S. S. Mallikarjuna Rao, Sh. @DebasishPanda87, IAS, Secretary, DFS & Sh. Pankaj Jain, IAS, AS, DFS inaugurated the PNB@Ease outlet at Central Secretariat Metro Station, New Delhi#NeevPNBki #127FoundationDay@RBI pic.twitter.com/kjp8WtO8CR— Punjab National Bank (@pnbindia) April 12, 2021
On its 127th foundation day, PNB announced other digital initiatives such as instant opening of online saving account via video-KYC, insta pre-approved loan, insta demat account and insurance facility through internet and mobile banking services.
On its foundation day, the bank also unveiled a coffee table book, portraying a detailed journey and successful amalgamation of erstwhile Oriental Bank of Commerce and United Bank of India with Punjab National Bank.