History

Bank of Baroda has its corporate Head Quarters in Mumbai. Present day Bank of Baroda is the successor of the erstwhile “The Bank of Baroda Limited”, founded in 1908 ina small town – Baroda by the great visionary, the Late Maharaja of Baroda – Sir Sayajirao Gaekwad III. From its humble beginnings, the Bank has grown over the years, to emerge as an Indian Financial Powerhouse. It has a network of over 5000 branches in India across the length and breadth of the country. It has 100 overseas branches/foreign offices in 26 countries across 5 continents serving a Global customer base of over 39 million.

The state of art technology enabled banking with seamless Straight Through Processing (STP) of Wire Transfers and many other IT initiatives are in place and many more are in the offing so that we can serve you better. Our true strength lies in our personal and friendly approach with warmth which you can witness it when you visit us. Bank of Baroda is not only India’s international Bank but also an emotional bank built on the edifice of more than a century of relationship banking with devoted and dedicated staff and the patronage of millions of enlightened customers.

Mission

To be a top-ranking bank of international standard, committed to enhancing stakeholders’ value through concern, care and competence.
Bank of Baroda South Africa offers technologically advanced banking that includes seamless Straight Through Processing (STP) of wire transfers and many other IT innovations to serve customers better. Our true strength lies in our warm and friendly service, which customers always experience when visiting us. Bank of Baroda is an emotional bank, built on the edifice of more than a century of relationship banking with devoted and dedicated staff and the patronage of millions of enlightened customers.

Recently our Bank was showered with accolades and awards as mentioned below:

Bank of Baroda : Best Public Sector Bank 2012.

Bank of Baroda : Best Bank Award 2012.

Bank of Baroda : Stars of the Industry Award 2012.