KOTAK MAHINDRA BANK LIMITED IFSC AND MICR CODE
Since the presentation of electronic exchange of assets, it has turned out to be to a great degree simple for clients of banks in India to exchange finances securely and rapidly. Kotak Bank has two alternatives of exchanging stores electronically; NEFT and RTGS administrations. RBI have presented these services in all banks in India and they make utilization of IFSC codes. Each branch of each bank in India have a one of a kind IFSC code which is utilized to recognize the sender and recipient bank during the time spent store exchanges. These codes have profited quicker, effective and secure precise. Further, the odds of extortion are additionally reduced because of the use of these codes. The IFSC (Indian Financial System code) is a 11 character, alphanumeric code which contains three sections: The initial 4 characters mean the name of the bank. In the case of Kotak Mahindra Bank, this would be KKBK. The fifth character is constantly zero since it is saved for sometime later. The last 6 characters speak to the particular branch.