IFSC Code Of Credit Suisse AG Rtgs - Ho In Mumbai District Is CRES0000001

CRES0000001 - Credit Suisse AG Rtgs - Ho Branch Mumbai District

CRES0000001 is the IFSC Code for Credit Suisse AG Rtgs - Ho Branch. This can be used for online funds transfer via NEFT, RTGS and IMPS to Credit Suisse AG Rtgs - Ho Branch account. Address of Credit Suisse AG Rtgs - Ho Branch is 10Th Floor, Ceejay House, Plot F, Shivsagar Estate, Dr. Annie Besant Road, Worli, Mumbai 400 018, India., which is located in Mumbai District of Maharashtra State.

In CRES0000001, the first 4 characters (CRES) represent the Credit Suisse AG, 5th character is 0 (ZERO), which is reserved for future use. The last 6 characters (000001) represent the Credit Suisse AG Rtgs - Ho Branch code.

Transfer Money To Credit Suisse AG Rtgs - Ho Branch Account


Transfer Money to Credit Suisse AG Rtgs - Ho Branch Account, you can use mainly 3 method,
1. NEFT (National Electronic Fund Transfer)
2. RTGS (Real Time Gross Settlement)
3. IMPS (Immediate Payment Service)
For all these method, you should maintain beneficiary details. For this you need correct beneficiary Credit Suisse AG Rtgs - Ho Branch account number, beneficiary Name and Ifsc Code CRES0000001


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More About CRES0000001 :

Bank Name : Credit Suisse AG
Branch Name : Rtgs - Ho
City : Mumbai
District : Mumbai
State : Maharashtra
IFSC : CRES0000001
MICR : 400240269
Telephone : 67773704
Adddress : 10Th Floor, Ceejay House, Plot F, Shivsagar Estate, Dr. Annie Besant Road, Worli, Mumbai 400 018, India.
More About Credit Suisse AG :

Bank Website : www.credit-suisse.com
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Indian Financial System Code (IFSC). It is used for electronic payment applications like Real Time Gross Settlement (RTGS), National Electronic Funds Transfer (NEFT), Immediate Payment Service, an interbank electronic instant mobile money transfer service (IMPS), and Centralised Funds Management System (CFMS) developed by Reserve Bank of India (RBI). Code has eleven characters "Alpha Numeric" in nature. First four characters represent bank, fifth character is default "0" left for future use and last six characters represent branch.
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