STATE BANK OF INDIA
INTERNAL AUDIT DEPARTMENT, HYDERABAD
1. SELECTION AS CONCURRENT AUDITORS:
Applications are invited from eligible Chartered Accountant Firms for empanelment as Concurrent Auditors in the Bank branches / outfits.
2. ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA: Those firms which satisfy the following are eligible to apply:
a) Grade 1, 2 and 3 firms as per RBI Grade as on the date of application. CA Firms with RBI grading IV are not eligible to apply.
b) CA Firms having at least one year of experience of Concurrent Audit in any Commercial Bank. Firms with below 1 year experience will not be eligible to apply.
c) CA Firms which have sufficient number of trained representatives of firm articled Clerk trained by ICAI on Concurrent Audit, Retired Officers of commercial Banks, qualified Chartered Accountants as Partner or Associate or as Staff, who will be available on all working days to attend to the Concurrent Audit.
d) CA Firms chosen for engagement as Concurrent Auditors should be other than the ones selected for empanelment as Statutory Auditors for SBI to eliminate any room for conflict of interest.
e) CA Firms who are already engaged as Concurrent Auditors in SBI are not eligible to apply.
3. SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION:
The duly filled in application form in a sealed cover superscribed as “Application for Empanelment of Chartered Accountant Firms for Concurrent Audit” should reach the respective Circle Audit Office on or before 29.05.2021 by 5.00 P.M.
i The application and all correspondence and documents relating to this process must be written in English. The applicant must provide individual and factual replies to specific questions asked in the application. Documents submitted should be complete in all respects as required.
ii Application as per Annexure-A needs to be submitted duly filled in with required particulars accompanied by copies of supporting documents i.e. Constitution of the Firm (Company ! Partnership! Proprietorship firm), RBI Grading certificate, Experience certificate etc. All supporting documents to Application must be self-attested by the authorized signatory for the applicant firm.
iii Incomplete application and application without required supportive documents will not be considered by the Bank.
4. LAST DATE FOR SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION.
i.The last date for receipt of application is 29.05.2021. Please note that no application shall be accepted after 5.00 p.m. of the above date. Application submitted after due date or after the stipulated time of the due date or incomplete in any respect are liable to be rejected. The dully filled application along with the supporting documents should be submitted to the concerned General Manager (IA), Circle Audit Office (CAO) as per the Geographical location as per Annexure-C...
ii.SBI is not responsible for non-receipt of completed application within the specified date and time due to any reason including postal delays or otherwise.
5. MODIFICATIONS AND / OR WITHDRAWAL OF APPLICATION
Application once submitted will be treated as final and no further correspondence will be entertained. As no subsequent modification of application!documents are permissible, the firms are advised to exercise utmost care in preparation and submission of application ! documents.
6. OFFERS BY A THIRD-PARTY
The applicants are not permitted to authorize their Agents!brokers etc. (including individuals and!or third-party firms!companies) to either collect or submit the application! documents on their behalf. The Bank will summarily reject such requests and arrangements. No sub-contracting of the engagement is permissible.
7. SELECTION PROCESS:
i) Applications received, complete in all respect and within the prescribed time, will be scrutinized on the basis of the basic eligibility criteria as given above at Para 2 by a Selection Committee formed for the said purpose. Applications not accompanied by all the required details and supporting documents would be liable for rejection.
(ii) The Bank reserves the right to disqualify any or all applications either on the basis of their responses without assigning any reasons, whatsoever. Those applicants who satisfy the requirements and specifications as determined by the Bank as per the terms and conditions of this document shall be short-listed.
(iii) Those applicants who fulfill all the basic eligibility criteria will be evaluated based on location of firm, residential status of partners, experience, reputation, availability of sufficient trained personnel (ICAI Trained article clerks! retired commercial bank officers) with the firm and such other factors as the Bank may deem fit for its requirements.
(iv) The prima facie scrutiny of the applications will be done by a Screening Committee.
(v) The final selection of the CA firms will be approved by a Selection Committee at IAD.
vi) Bank also reserves the right to make query with the firm or any other agency, ask for additional information, particulars, and submission of one, some or more undertakings from any firm at any point of time. None of such act shall be deemed as an offer of engagement as Concurrent Auditor by the Bank to the firm unless and until Bank intimates in writing to the firm regarding allocation of any branch ! unit for concurrent audit.
8. SCOPE OF AUDIT:
The broad areas to be covered in the Concurrent Audit are as indicated in Annexure-B and shall be revised from time to time based on the requirements of the Bank. Concurrent audit will be online as well as any other method ! process to be adopted by the Bank.
9. TERMS & CONDITIONS:
Details of Terms and Conditions in respect of empanelment are as per Annexure-D.
10. VALIDITY OF OFFER
The successful applicants have to execute the Contract within 10 days of issuance of letter of selection by the Bank. The tenure of CA firms engaged as Concurrent Auditors shall not be more than 3 years on continuous basis, subject to satisfactory performance as reviewed periodically. Period of contract during the currency of the contract can be varied by the Bank based on its requirement.
11. DELIVERY, REPORTING AND REVIEWING SYSTEM
The Concurrent Audits should be conducted in the branches ! outfits as per the agreed time frame as per WBCAS ! Bank’s Concurrent Audit Manual, a copy ! soft copy of which will be made available to selected firms after allotment of a branch ! outfit.
The Concurrent Auditor has to prepare Audit reports as per specified standards!formats as given in the said manual and as will be required by the Bank from time to time.
Remuneration payable will be based on the business portfolio of the branch, category of the auditee unit (branch/CPC), specialized nature of work etc., as under:
|Business Level of Branches as on 31st March of previous Financial Year||Remuneration (Rs. per month)|
|Deposit Rs 300 Crs & above and Advance < Rs 400 Crs||30000|
|Advances Rs 400 Crs & above||40,000 – 55,000|
|CCG Branches||45,000 – 65,000|
|LCPC / TFCPC / CPPC||30,000 – 35,000|
|RACPC / SMECC / RASMECCC||45,000 – 55,000|
Additionally – Concurrent Auditors may be given Rs.500/- p.m. per CIF with fund-based and non-fund-based exposure of Rs.1 0 Crs. and above, with additional accountability for detailed scrutiny of these a/cs
13. PAYMENT TERMS:
i) The payment for the audit work done will be made on submission of invoices with required particulars on completion of each calendar month. No payment is to be made unless all the monthly / periodical concurrent audit reports are submitted by the firm. Payment will also be subject to recovery if any penalties, damages etc. from the firm.
ii) TDS as applicable will be recovered from the bill amount while making payments and Form-16 will be issued as per law. In case of omission of any TDS by Bank, the same must be brought to the notice of the Bank and the firm has to return the amount to Bank towards TDS.
14. SECRECY ISSUES:
i) The empaneled firm and its employees will strictly undertake not to record by any means or to communicate or allow to be recorded by any means or communication to any person or divulge in any way any information relating to the conversations, events, ideas, concepts, know-how, techniques, data, facts, figures and all information, howsoever concerning or relating to the Bank and its affairs to which the audit firm /their employees etc. have access in the course of performance of the contract. The successful applicants will on award of contract will execute a non-disclosure agreement and declaration of fidelity and secrecy as per the Bank’s standard format. All personnel of the Concurrent Auditor, before commencing the Audit have to execute a declaration of fidelity and secrecy as per the format prescribed by the Bank and submit valid KYC documents at allotted branch / BPR outfit / Unit.
ii) No data in any name can be transferred or converted to any other media by the representative of firms under any circumstances. No public platform or social media or any media whatsoever name it may be known can be used for any matter and issues relating to concurrent audit and relation, rights, responsibilities and obligations of the firm or Bank.
iii) All the information contained in this document is solely for the purpose indicated in this Reproduction of all or any part of this process by any person for any purpose other than for the purpose of responding to this or for any other purpose expressly permitted by this shall be treated as unauthorized and illegal and the Bank reserve the right to take appropriate action in such circumstances.
15. INDEMNITY TO THE BANK:
i) The empaneled firm shall indemnify SBI and keep indemnified against any loss or damage that State Bank of India may sustain on account of any unprofessional act causing downtime of mission critical systems, disruption to business operations, data loss, third-party claims on account of violation of patents, trademark, designs and other intellectual property rights, etc.
ii) Bank’s data, strategies, etc. should not be revealed or shared with any third parties including any other bank. The firm and its partners will remain liable to the Bank for any act of omission and commission during the period the period of concurrent audit which may come to light at any subsequent time by any agency including the Bank.
16. TERMINATION OF CONTRACT
i) The performance of the selected empaneled firms will be continuously reviewed by the Bank in terms of various requirement specified in Annexure-B of this document, appointment letter, SLA, Concurrent Audit Manual/processes and RBI directives/notifications on concurrent and various communications by the Bank to the . Based on the review, if the selected firm fails to satisfy / maintain their commitment with respect to timely conduct of the audit, quality and content of the audit reports, the contract may be terminated by Bank by giving one month’s written notice to the firm. Regarding quality and content of the audit reports, banks decision is final and binding on the firm.
ii) Bank may terminate the contract by giving one months’ notice in case of deletion of any branch from coverage of concurrent audit when relocation of the firm to another branch is not feasible.
iii) Firm has to give one months’ prior written notice to bank to accept any assignment requiring relinquishing the present assignment.
iv) In case of any suppression of fact which the firm is required to disclose or intimate to the Bank within stipulated time during the period of contract, it will be treated as unethical act and the Bank can terminate the contract without giving any advance notice and the firm will be reported to RBI and ICAI for blacklisting. In addition, Bank will be entitled to indemnity and recovery of damages from the outgoing firm.
v) In additions to this, other circumstances leading to termination of contract, periodicity of notice, compensations have been incorporated in the Service Level Agreement (SLA) to be executed by the firms before taking up the concurrent audit at allotted branches.
In all other circumstances, contract may be terminated by either party giving one months’ notice or payment of full amount of remuneration including service tax to the other party. Under no circumstance the one month periodicity for termination can be reduced.
vi) SBI’s decision in this regard will be final. In case of termination of this contract, the SBI shall have the right to avail services of any other Audit firm to continue the process without any let or hindrance from de-paneled firm, whose services are to be terminated and outgoing firm also has to provide all necessary help, at their own cost, for smooth switch over.
vii) Any work done till such time, working papers and should be handed over to the Bank, without any demur. The work should not be disclosed to any other organization/bank.
The allotment of branches to the selected firms will be based on the suitability of the firm vis-a-vis the size, volume of business and criticality of the operations of the branches/ outfits to be decided by Circle Audit Office (CAO). The list of tentative Centres where the Concurrent Auditors are proposed to be engaged is provided under Concurrent Auditor Appointment Notification.
There is no commitment or obligations, whatsoever on the part of the issuer of this process, or officials associated with it within the Bank, regarding the implementation for any future plans. Any assumptions made by bidders, on the basis of information shared herein, will be at their own risk and responsibility.
19. ADDRESS FOR COMMUNICATION:
The Address for Communication to concerned Circle Audit Office (CAO) is as per the list enclosed as Annexure – C
Last date for submission of application is 5.00 pm on 29.05.2021.
ANNEXURE – A
APPLICATION FOR EMPANELMENT OF CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT FIRMS AS CONCURRENT AUDITORS
|1||Name of the Firm|
|3||Address with PIN Code|
|4||Contact Nos. Mobile + Landline + Email||Mobile:
|5||Date of Establishment|
|6||PAN No. of the firm (Copy to be attached)|
|7||Registration No. with ICAI (copy to be attached)|
|8||Unique Code No.RBI (copy to be attached)|
|9||Firm’s RBI Category (copy to be attached)|
|10||Service Tax Regd. No. of the firm|
|11||No. of Partners & Chartered Accountants|
|12||Branches of C.A. firm, if any|
|13||Experience of Concurrent Audit with SBI (Please give details with supporting
|No. of Brs. No. of years|
|14||Experience of Concurrent Audit with PSBs (Please give details with supporting documents)||No. of Banks No. of years|
|15||Additional Qualifications (i.e. CISA/DISA/Con. Audit Course from ICAI) (Please give details with supporting documents)|
|16||Experience in specialized areas like Treasury/FOREX/CPCs & Big Corporate Branches (Please give details with supporting documents)|
|17||Whether Statutory Auditor for SBI|
|19||Any other relevant data|
I/We confirm that the information furnished above is true and correct and we have not been de-paneled / Blacklisted by any organization in the past and we fulfill all the conditions of eligibility for empanelment with SBI as a Concurrent Auditor.
I/We have read the terms and conditions stipulated for empanelment as Concurrent Auditors of the Bank and I/We also understand that the Bank has reserved its right to accept or reject the application without assigning any reasons. If selected for empanelment as Concurrent Auditor of the Bank and the offer is accepted, I/We will execute Service Level Agreement with the Bank.
Signature of the applicant with seal
Annexure – B
Scope of Audit
|A. Cash transactions –Verify
i) Surprise physical verification of cash at branch and ATM along with safekeeping and custody.
ii) Daily cash transactions, particularly any abnormal receipts & payments.
iii) Surprise verification of cash by an officer other than the joint custodian.
iv) Proper accounting of and availability of insurance cover for inward and outward cash remittances.
v) Accounting of currency chest transactions and delays/omission in reporting to
Reporting of Counterfeit Currency.
vi) All cash transactions of Rs. 10 lakh and above reported in CTR.
vii) That all cash transaction of Rs. 50,000 and above invariably indicate Pan No./Form 60
B. Clearing transactions –Verify
i) Reconciliation with bank’s account at Clearing House and review of old outstanding entries for reconciliation.
ii) Drawings allowed against uncleared instruments – sanction by the controlling
C. Remittances/Bills for Collection –Verify
i) Remittance of funds by way of DDs/TTs/MTs/TC/NEFT/RTGS any other mode in cash exceeding the prescribed limit.
ii) Documents of title (lorry receipts, railway receipts, etc.) obtained in favour of the bank and the concerned transporters are on the IBA approved list.
iii) Outstanding balance in DP and other transit accounts pending payment beyond prescribed period.
D. Deposits –Verify
i) Adherence to KYC/AML guidelines in opening of fresh accounts and monitoring of transactions in such accounts.
ii) Large term deposits received and repaid including checking of repayment of term deposit in cash beyond permissible limit.
iii) Accounts opened and closed within a short span of time i.e., accounts with quick mortality.
iv) Activation and operations in inoperative accounts.
v) Value dated transactions.
vi) Settlement of claims of deceased customers and payment of TDRs against lost receipts and obtention of indemnities, etc. To check revival of dormant accounts and accounts with minimum activities.
vii) Examination of multiple credits to single accounts.
E. Treasury operations –Verify
I) If branch has acted within HO instructions for purchase and sale of securities.
ii) Periodic confirmation of Derivative contracts with counterparties.
iii) Adherence to regulatory guidelines with respect to Treasury deals/structured
iv) Controls around deal modification/cancellation/deletion, wherever applicable.
v) Cancellation of forward contracts and passing/recovery of exchange gain/loss.
vi) Gaps and OPL maintained in different currencies vis-à-vis prescribed limit for the
vii) Reconciliation of Nostro and Vostro accounts-balances in Nostro accounts in different foreign currencies are within the limits prescribed by the bank.
viii) Collection of underlying documents for Derivative & Forward contracts. Delays, if any.
ix) Instances of booking and cancellation of forward contracts with the same counterparty within a span of couple of days or a few days.
x) Sample check some of the deals and comment on the correctness of computation.
xi) Checking of application money, reconciliation of SGL account, compliance to RBI
xii) Checking of custody of unused BR Forms & their utilization in terms of Master Circular on Prudential Norms on Classification, Valuation and Operations of Investment Portfolio by banks.
xiii) To ensure that the treasury operations of the bank have been conducted in accordance with the instructions issued by the RBI from time to time.
F. Loans & Advances-Verify
i) Report Bills/cheques purchased, if in the nature of accommodation bills.
ii) Proper follow-up of overdue bills purchased/discounted/negotiated.
iii) Fresh loans and advances (including staff advances) have been sanctioned properly and in accordance with delegated authority.
iv) Reporting of instances of exceeding delegated powers to controlling/head office by the branch and have been confirmed or ratified by the competent authority.
v) Securities and documents have been received as applicable to particular loan.
vi) Securities have been properly charged/ registered and valued by competent Whether the same has been entered in the bank’s system.
vii) All conditions of sanction have been complied with.
viii) Master data relating to limit, rate of interest, EMI, moratorium period details have been correctly entered and updated/modified in the system.
ix) Value dated entries passed in advances accounts.
x) Post disbursement supervision and follow-up is proper, such as timely receipt of stock and book debt statements, QIS data, analysis of financial data submitted by borrower, verification of securities by third parties, renewal of limits, insurance, etc.
xi) Whether there is any misutilization of the loans and whether there are instances indicative of diversion of funds.
xii) Compliance of prudential norms on income recognition, asset classification and provisioning pertaining to advances.
xiii) Whether monthly updating of drawing power in the computer system on the basis of stock statements/book debt statement/ other financial data received from the borrowers.
xiv) Recovery in compromise cases is in accordance with the terms and conditions of the compromise agreement.
xv) To check review and renewal of loans.
G. LC/BG –Verify
i) LC/BG issued/amended as per the approved format/model guarantee prescribed and standard limitation clause incorporated. Whether counter indemnity obtained as
ii) Any deviation from the terms of sanction in regard to margin, security, purpose, period, beneficiary, collection of charges, commission/fee, etc.
iii) Whether payment is made to the debit of party’s account on due date without creating overdraft/debiting suspense, in case of deferred payment guarantee.
H. Foreign Exchange Transactions-Verify
i) Recovery of charges as per HO Guidelines.
ii) Packing credit released, whether backed by LC or confirmed export order.
iii) Availability of ECGC cover and compliance with ECGC terms.
iv) Submission of statutory returns on export/ import transactions, like BEF statements, XOS, write off of export bills, etc. Follow up of outstanding export bills and exchange control copy of bill of entry.
v) Irregularities in opening of new accounts and operation in NRO, FCNR, NRE, EEFC, etc., and debits/credits entries permissible under the rules.
vi) Whether operations in FCRA accounts are as permitted by MHA and FCRA
vii) Booking, utilization, extension and cancellation of forward contracts.
I. House Keeping –Verify
i) Exceptional transaction reports are generated and verified by branch staff as
ii) Review of all balance sheet heads and outstanding entries in accounts, e.g., suspense, sundry and inter-bank accounts. Review of follow up of entries pending for reversal.
iii) Scrutiny of daily vouchers with more emphasis on high value transaction including high value expenses and debit entries in Suspense account.
iv) Debits in accounts where signatures are pending for scanning.
v) Whether records related to KYC/vouchers and other critical areas are sent to specific places like archival center, record room as per stipulated periodicity.
vi) Adherence to KYC/AML guidelines in opening fresh account and subsequent modifications of records and monitoring of transaction.
J. Verification of Merchant Banking Business-Verify
i) Whether the instructions given by the controlling branch are properly followed where the branch acts as a collecting branch for issue business.
ii) Whether daily collection position is advised to the controlling branch.
iii) Whether recovery of the commission/fees and out of pocket expenses as agreed with the respective companies and whether the competent authority has duly authorized any waiver or reduction of such charges.
iv) Whether the prescribed preventive vigilance measures are observed by the branch.
v) Where data entry or data processing work is entrusted to outside agencies, the competent authority duly approves these and the prescribed stamped indemnity has been obtained from such agencies.
vi) Whether dividend interest warrants/refund payment accounts of companies are funded prior to dispatch of the relative warrants by the companies and there is no misuse of the facility.
vii) Whether Claims for reimbursement of amounts of paid warrants received from paying branches are processed and debited to the concerned company’s account promptly.
viii) Whether charge on security has been created, wherever debenture trustee activity is undertaken by bank.
K. Verification of Credit Card/Debit card –Verify
i) Application for the issue of credit card has been properly examined and record of issue of the same has been maintained.
ii) Whether overdraft/debits arising out of the use of credit cards are promptly recovered and informed to higher authorities.
iii) Whether undelivered credit cards are properly kept as security items and followed up with credit card department for further instructions.
(iv) Physical verification of ATM cards, debit cards, credit cards, passwords and PINS, control over issue & delivery, safe keeping and custody at all the locations. Report loss of any such items.
L. SWIFT Transactions – Verify
i) Inward & Outward messages to be verified from CSIG / daily reports
ii) Whether the amounts of financial messages / transactions are debited/ credited in the respective customer accounts / contra accounts.
M. Transaction Verification
i) Verify the genuineness and authenticity of the vouchers uploaded
ii) Verify whether transactions are correctly reflected in the respective customer accounts in CBS.
N. Others –Verify
i) Compliance of provisions relating to Tax Deducted at Source, service tax, trade tax, other duties and taxes.
ii) Physical verification of inventory, control over issue of inventory, safe keeping and custody of security forms. Report any loss of such items.
iii) Physical verification of other deliverable items, control over issue, safe keeping and custody.
iv) Physical verification of Gold coins, control over issue, safe keeping and custody. Checking of Gold sale transactions.
v) Custody and movement of branch keys.
vi) Locker keys and locker operations-linking of FDR as security for locker/operation of locker/inoperative lockers/ nomination/other issues.
vii) Safe custody of branch documents like death claim cases, issuance of duplicate DD/PO/FDR, checking of indemnities, etc. and verification of documents executed during the period under audit.
viii) Reporting of frauds
(ix) Certification of documents / claims / Pre-disbursement check, compliance certificate etc
i) Any other need based work related to audit which may be entrusted by the bank from time to time.
Annexure – C
Address and Contact Details of Circle Audit Offices (CAO)
FULL ADDRESS FOR CORRESPONDANCE
The General Manager, State Bank of India Circle Audit Office, Administrative Office Building, 6th Floor, Sec-10B, GANDHINAGAR- 382010
Sri Raj Kumar Tiwari
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The General Manager, State Bank of India Circle Audit Office, Door No. 48-13-3-1/B VIJAYAWADA. First Floor, CNR Complex, Near Ayush Hospital Sri Ramachandranagar, VIJAYAWADA – 520008
Sri K Srinivasa Rao
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The General Manager, State Bank of India Circle Audit Office, 7th Floor, State Bank Building, Mysore Bank Circle, K G Road, BENGALURU – 560009
Sri R. Nagesh
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The General Manager, State Bank of India Circle Audit Office, SBI Complex, Opposite Central School No.-1, Arera Mills, BHOPAL – 462011
Madhya Pradesh & Chhatisgarh
Sri Pankaj Goel
agmwbcas.ziobho @sbi.co.in email@example.com .in
The General Manager, State Bank of India Circle Audit Office, Creative Plaza (Ist Floor) , RASULGARH CHOWK, N.H.5,
Sri Shantanu Kumar
agmwbcas.caobhu @sbi.co.in firstname.lastname@example.org .in
The General Manager, State Bank of India Circle Audit Office, SBLC Building, II nd Floor, Sec- 14, Panchkula, CHANDIGARH- 134113
Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh
Sri Kuldeepak Katyal
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The General Manager, State Bank of India Circle Audit Office, 157, 8th. Floor, State Bank Building, Anna Salai, CHENNAI- 600002
Sri N. Lalith Kumar
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The General Manager, State Bank of India Circle Audit Office, 3rd Floor, LCPC Building, B-1 6, Sector-62, NOIDA – 201 307 (UP)
3. Gurugram, Sonepat and Faridabad
Districts of Haryana.
4. Agra, Aligarh, Bhagpat, Bulandshahar, Etah, Fi rozabad, GautamBudh Nagar, Ghaziabad, Hathras, Kanshi Ram Nagar, Mainpuri, Mathura, Meerut, Muzaffarnagar, Panchsheel Nagar (Hapur), Prabuddha Nagar (Shamli) & Saharanpur Districts of Uttar Pradesh.
Shri Joginder Singh Wadhwa
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The General Manager, State Bank of India Circle Audit Office HYDERABAD 2nd Floor, CMP Building, Survey No. 26, Opp. Hyderabad Central University, Lingampally P.O. HYDERABAD- 500019
Shri C. Sahasranama m
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The General Manager, State Bank of India Circle Audit Office JAIPUR CENTRAL SPINE, SECTOR-7 VIDYADHAR NAGAR, JAIPUR-302023
Shri Yogendra Kumar Sharma
The General Manager, State Bank of India Circle Audit Office, Kankaria Centre (Ist Floor), 2/1 Russel Street, KOLKATA- 700071.
Sri Sbrata Mitra
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The General Manager, State Bank of India Circle Audit Office C.P.-42, SAI Tower, Sector-E, Janakipuram, LUCKNOW (U.P.) – 226 021
Uttar Pradesh (Excluding areas mentioned under Delhi)
Shri Pratyush Mehrotra
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The General Manager, State Bank of India Circle Audit Office 3rd Floor, Tara chambers, Old Mumbai- Pune Road, Wakadewadi, PUNE -411003
Maharashtra & Goa
Shri Sunil Kulkarni
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The General Manager, State Bank of India Circle Audit Office, 2ND Floor, Bakshish Plaza, Lokh ra Road, Kalapahar, GUWAHATI- 781018 ASSAM
Assam Meghalaya Manipur Arunachal Pradesh Nagaland Mizoram Tripura
Shri Nicholas K
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The General Manager, State Bank of India Circle Audit Office Sone Bhawan, 5th Floor Bir Chand Patel Marg R-Block, PATNA – 800001
Shri Tanmay Pawan Malachi.
The General Manager, State Bank of India Circle Audit Office 3rd Floor, SBI Building,
SS Kovil Road, Thampanoor, THIRUVANANTHAPUR AM – 695 001 KERALA
Mr. V. Ajit Kumar
STATE BANK OF INDIA
INTERNAL AUDIT DEPARTMENT, HYDERABAD
TERMS & CONDITIONS FOR EMPANELMENT OF CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT
FIRMS AS CONCURRENT AUDITORS
1) Preference will be given to those firms which have ICAI trained Concurrent Auditors and those firms which have concurrent audit experience in State Bank of India (SBI).
2) Concurrent Auditors shall normally be positioned at the location where the selected Branches / BPR Outfits operate.
3) Concurrent audit to be done on daily basis. Trained representative of the firm (Articled Clerk trained by ICAI on concurrent audit) / retired commercial banks officers /qualified Chartered Accountants to be available on all days.
4) One of the Principal Partners or senior partner to visit the branch at least 2/3 times a week, minimum 8 times every month, depending on the business and risk profile of the branch/BPR Outfits. Number of visits may be increased depending upon the volume and need at the branch / outfit under concurrent audit.
5) Bank will impose financial penalty for unauthorized absence, non-detection of income leakage, major lacunae in conduct of account including reporting to RBI/ ICAI (as per An nexu re-E).
6) Bank may impose non-financial penalty leading to termination of contract for instances of failure to comment on fraud, misappropriation of funds, any other serious irregularities which result in loss to the Bank.
7) If there is any change in the constitution of your firm or you suffer from any statutory disqualification, you must inform the Bank immediately.
8) CA firms to furnish personal details / comply with KYC norms, viz., proof of identity and address proof / contact numbers / contacts in case of emergency, etc., of all the representatives of the firm who visit the Branch / CPC, for security reasons.
9) The partners / representatives of CA firms who visit the Branch / CPC shall make their presence in a register maintained for the said purpose.
10) CA firms shall liaise with the Branch / CPC on a regular basis and provide their periodic audit plan and enable the Branch / CPC to furnish / provide documents without affecting loss of audit man days for CA firms and / or customer service is not affected in the Branch / CPC.
11) The representatives of the CA firms shall not enter prohibited / restricted areas, viz., IT server room, record room, strong room, locker room and / or any other security related areas without the prior approval from the Branch Manager.
12) CA firms shall not hold any documents overnight in their custody. Hence, all vouchers / books/ registers/ security document / title deeds / any other documents / vital correspondence etc., are to be returned to the officials of the Branch / CPC on each day.
13) Branch / CPC shall be advised to provide applicable ” Enquiry” rights / access to the Bank’s Core Banking System to the representatives of the CA firm.
14) CA firms shall not seek copies (hard / soft /photostat) of Bank’s instructions / circulars / vital correspondence / study materials etc.
15) Branch / CPC will be providing reasonable level of stationary
16) CA firms shall submit their bill / invoice on a monthly basis.
17) CA firms to furnish their bank account details along with IFSC code to enable the Bank to credit the audit fee to the credit of their account on a monthly basis.
18) CA firms shall endeavor to maintain continuity of their Assistant / Articled clerk a the Branch / CPC, so that there will not be any compromise on the quality of assigned tasks due to frequent change of Assistant / Articled clerk.
19) The Concurrent Auditor will be fully responsible for the quality of the audit, timely completion of audit and submission of the audit reports and reporting to controllers.
20) Subject to the other provisions of this document, firm allocated to any branch can be reallocated to any other branch for any period as per the requirement of the Bank.
21) Documents will be executed by all the partners before taking up the assignment of current audit of allotted branch.
22) The auditors engaged for CA are authorized to have access to any documents and records considered necessary for the performance of their functions within the auditee He can also request members of the staff and management of the auditee unit to supply such information and explanations, as may be needed in carrying out his work, which is to be provided within a reasonable period of time.
23) Any change in the name, address, constitution and partnership deed must be reported to bank within 15 days of such change with necessary supporting documents. Failing which, it will be treated as deliberate suppression of facts by the firm and thereby making them liable to compensate the bank for such change. In such eventualities, bank also reserves its right to terminate the contract with such firm without notice.
24) New partners are to sign documents within 15 days of joining and not doing so will attract the provision relating to deliberate suppression of facts.
25) Outgoing partner will remain liable to Bank to the extent and period as determined by the Bank on case-to-case basis
26) Firm when engaged as concurrent auditor cannot assign/subcontract the job in any sense of the term and in any form whatsoever it may be to any other person. Any assignment/subcontract of the job in some others favour either through operation of law or otherwise will deem the original contract as terminated.
27) In case any information furnished during the application process is found at any point of time, to be incorrect, SBI will not only summarily reject the application / terminate the contract without any notice, but also the applicant may be blacklisted from any future such process with the Bank.
28) SBI may share such information with ICAI, Reserve Bank of India (RBI) or Indian Bankers’ Association (IBA) which is the voluntary representative body of all banking institutions in the country or any other organization, who, in turn, may share the information among its member institutions.
29) Any terms and conditions beyond the scope of this process added by the bidder, whether implicitly or explicitly stated in any of the responses, will be ignored.
30) Notwithstanding anything contained herein above, the Bank reserves its right to terminate the contract by giving 30 days prior notice to the other side without assigning any reason.
31) It is the responsibility of the CA Firm to inform the CAO immediately in case they are selected as statutory auditor.
Signature of the applicant with seal
|Scope of work
Service Provider /CA
|Penalty to be
/ CA Firm)
|1.||Attendance at the Work Area.||Attending branch/unit on daily basis, by Representative of the Service Provider / CA Firm, and 2-3 times a week by the Partner of the Firm.||Days of Absence in a month in attending the branch/unit.
(i) by the representative of the Service Provider / Firm or
(ii) by the Partner of the Firm
proportionateremuneration ofthe month on a pro-rata basis forthe days of absence. Eg.30 days in a month; Remuneration of Rs. 30000/-p.m. with an absence of 2days: Penalty to be charged: Rs. 2000×2= Rs. 4000.
|On a day to day basis income leakage, if any detected, to be reported.||Non-detection/ non-reporting /
short recovery ofincome leakagefrom the date itbecomes due
within a period of 2 weeks. The penalty to be levied is on account of opportunity loss for the Bank.
|For Non– detection/ non– reporting: 1% of
the amount, in the area of income Leakage not
detected/ reported. i.e.(i) Processing Fee(ii) Upfront Fee(iii) BG/LC Comm.(iv) Locker rent etc., (Overall cap for both not to exceed 20% of monthly remuneration). Eg. Processing Fee of Rs. 1 lac. is identified by an Auditor other than CA. after 2 weeks of its becoming due. Penalty will be Rs.1000 for
one instance. If such instances are more, then overall cap of 20% of remuneration
i.e. Rs. 6000 (20% of 30000) to be
Majorlacunae in the conduct of the account, systems &
|Timely detection of
|Non detection of major lacunae as enumerated in the CRM Value Statements of
|Rs.250!- per major lacunae in an account with a maximum penalty of 5% of monthly remuneration.|
|4.||Failure to comment on
Frauds, which may cause loss to the Bank.
|Detection! Reporting of Fraud.||Non detection! not reporting of Fraud arising on account of failure in implementation of systems & procedures and
|10% of monthly remuneration per instance, with a cap of 25% of monthly remuneration.|
|5.||Detailed Scrutiny of
Accounts and submission of observations.
|Detailed Scrutiny of Accounts within a reasonable time and submission of observations online on a daily basis.||Detailed scrutiny of accounts by commenting as per Value Statements mentioned in WBCAS, if not
done: Eg. All accounts within 3 months and thereafter once, at the time of renewal! review! new sanction;
|Rs.250! per account with an overall cap of 5% of the monthly
|6.||Submission of Monthly / Qly. Concurrent Audit Reports (Annexure-V, VI& VII as available in SBIeTHIC) to the BM/ Head of the
Unit/AGM (Audit)/ GM(NW) etc. a
|Monthly Reports to be submitted within a week of the succeeding month to the BM/Head of the Unit. Thereafter, with their remarks to
RM/DGM (BO) within 2nd week of the succeeding month of
as per schedule.
|Non- Submission: 10% of Audit Fee p.m. Non submission by over 3
months: Termination of the Contract giving one month’s notice.Delayed Submission: Rs.250/ per day till submission. (With an overall cap of 10% of monthly remuneration p.m.)
|7.||Unacceptable delay in the
performance of obligations.
|Should be done in accordance with the time schedule specified in the Agreement.||Identified areas of deficiency in performance:
(i) Partner’s not attending branch/ unit 2-3 times a
(ii) Non-deputation of representative every day;
(iii) Non- submission of
(iv) Non-detection of Income leakage in time, resulting in opportunity loss; &
(v) Non-detection/reporting of Frauds.
(vi) Poor Quality of Reports.
|Termination of Contract, by giving a month’s notice, as per Service Level Agreement (SLA).|
|8||Overall Performance of the Concurrent Auditor||Should adhere to the Bank’s instructions while performing Audit duties and function in accordance with the Concurrent Audit
Policy and manual.
from the ZIOs andRFIA Auditorsperform surprise
checks by visitingthe Concurrent Audit Branches
once in a Half Year and verify the performance of Concurrent Auditors by selecting some sample Accounts. Based on the reports by the visiting officials I&MA/ZIO will rate the CAs.
|If the performance of the Concurrent Auditor is rated “Average” or “Below Average” for TWO consecutive Half Years, the Contract Agreement shallv be reviewed/ reconsidered, and Contract may also be terminated as per the terms and conditions in the SLA.ICAI will also be advised in this regard.|
|LIST OF TENTATIVE VACANCIES AT BRANCHES / CENTRES|
|SL NO||Br code||Branch Name||CAO||CENTRE NAME|
|2||2212||SME Gokul Road Hubli||Banglore||Hubli|
|3||3024||Peenya Industrial Estate||Banglore||Bengaluru|
|4||3286||Jayanagar II Block||Banglore||Bengaluru|
|5||4118||SME Branch Mangalore||Banglore||Mangalore|
|6||4230||SME Rajajinagar Ind Estate||Banglore||Bengaluru|
|7||4330||SME Branch, Bellary||Banglore||Bellary|
|8||4426||MAN IPAL BRANCH||Banglore||Manipal|
|12||6959||SME Branch Jayanagar||Banglore||Bengaluru|
|13||11349||SBI Incube Branch (SME Bangalore)||Banglore||Bengaluru|
|15||15627||RACPC Koramangala Bangalore||Banglore||Bengaluru|
|16||15628||RACPC Banasawadi Bangalore||Banglore||Bengaluru|
|17||15628||RACPC Banasawadi Bangalore||Banglore||Bengaluru|
|18||17753||RACPC White Field Bangalore||Banglore||Bengaluru|
|19||17753||RACPC White Field Bangalore||Banglore||Bengaluru|
|20||18994||RACPC Yalhanka Bangalore||Banglore||Bengaluru|
|22||40054||Ashoka Road Mysore||Banglore||Mysore|
|24||4414||Fortune Tower Bhubaneswar||Bhubaneshwar||BHUBANESWAR|
|27||7020||SME Branch Balasore||Bhubaneshwar||BALASORE|
|28||9678||SME Branch Rourkela||Bhubaneshwar||ROURKELA|
|31||5697||SME IC BAHADURGARH||Chandigarh||BAHADURGARH|
|32||9530||SME MANDI GOVINDGARH||Chandigarh||MANDI GOBINDGARH|
|39||880||SME BRANCH NAGERCOIL||Chennai||NAGERCOIL|
|43||988||SME BRANCH MADURAI||Chennai||MADURAI|
|44||3595||SME BRANCH KURICHI COIMBATORE||Chennai||COIMBATORE|
|45||4033||SME BRANCH EKKADUTHANGAL CHENNAI||Chennai||CHENNAI|
|46||4060||SME BRANCH TIRUCHIRAPALLI||Chennai||TIRUCHIRAPALLI|
|47||4201||COMMERCIAL BRANCH TIRUPUR||Chennai||TIRUPUR|
|48||4279||NRI BRANCH ANNANAGAR CHENNAI||Chennai||CHENNAI|
|51||4899||VOC NAGAR (THANJAVUR)||Chennai||THANJAVUR|
|53||5071||TRADE FINANCE CPC COIMBATORE||Chennai||COIMBATORE|
|54||7201||COMMERCIAL BRANCH SALEM||Chennai||SALEM|
|55||7536||COMMERCIAL BRANCH COIMBATORE||Chennai||COIMBATORE|
|56||7684||NRI BR. CHENNAI||Chennai||CHENNAI|
|59||10612||RA SME CCC-SARC VELLORE||Chennai||VELLORE|
|61||12512||SME BRANCH P N ROAD TIRUPUR||Chennai||TIRUPUR|
|62||12776||SME BRANCH COIMBATORE||Chennai||COIMBATORE|
|63||12777||SME BRANCH ERODE||Chennai||ERODE|
|64||12806||SME BRANCH THANJAVUR||Chennai||THANJAVUR|
|65||13362||SME BRANCH VIRUDHUNAGAR||Chennai||VIRUDHUNAGAR|
|66||15440||RACPC- ANNA NAGAR||Chennai||CHENNAI|
|67||15441||RACPC OMR CHENNAI||Chennai||CHENNAI|
|68||15441||RACPC OMR CHENNAI||Chennai||CHENNAI|
|69||17193||RACPC MRC NAGAR CHENNAI||Chennai||CHENNAI|
|71||50783||PUDUR PIRUVU TIRU||Chennai||TIRUPUR|
|72||61039||RACPC TAM BARAM||Chennai||CHENNAI|
|73||61040||RACPC COIMBATORE NORTH||Chennai||COIMBATORE|
|77||61171||SIRUTHOZHIL BRANCH, ARUPUKOTTAI||Chennai||ARUPUKOTTAI|
|79||62465||R-DB RACC KANCHEEPURAM||Chennai||KANCHEEPURAM|
|80||469||SANAND||Gandhinagar||SANAND (DIST: AHMEDABAD)|
|84||5063||TRADE FINANCE CPC VADODARA||Gandhinagar||VADODARA|
|85||5150||HIGHWAY ROAD MEHSANA||Gandhinagar||MEHSANA|
|86||5744||GIDC WADHWAN||Gandhinagar||WADHWAN (DIST: SURENDRANAGAR)|
|87||6926||COMMERCIAL BRANCH AHMEDABAD||Gandhinagar||AHMEDABAD|
|88||9120||G I D C SACHIN||Gandhinagar||SACHIN (DIST:SURAT)|
|90||11029||SPECIALISED COMMERCIAL BRANCH VAPI||Gandhinagar||VAPI (DIST: VALSAD)|
|91||12700||INFO CITY, GANDHINAGAR||Gandhinagar||GANDHINAGAR|
|92||13206||RASMECC CUM SARC JUNAGADH||Gandhinagar||JUNAGADH|
|93||13476||TRIMAN DIR ADALAJ||Gandhinagar||GANDHINAGAR|
|94||13478||NRI BRANCH ANAND||Gandhinagar||ANAND|
|96||16287||SPECIALISED NRI BRANCH NAVSARI||Gandhinagar||NAVSARI|
|97||18952||SP NRI BRANCH SURAT||Gandhinagar||SURAT|
|98||31755||College Road Mehsana||Gandhinagar||MEHSANA|
|99||60012||DARBARGADH MAHUA||Gandhinagar||MAHUVA (DIST:BHAVNAGAR)|
|100||60087||JAMNAGAR D P||Gandhinagar||JAMNAGAR|
|101||60344||SME GONDAL ROAD RAJKOT||Gandhinagar||RAJKOT|
|102||60376||SSI, SHANALA ROAD, MORBI||Gandhinagar||MORBI|
|104||60399||C G ROAD BRANCH||Gandhinagar||AHMEDABAD|
|106||61132||RACPC, ASHRAM ROAD, AHMEDABAD||Gandhinagar||AHMEDABAD|
|107||63751||SME NATUBHAI CIRCLE BRANCH||Gandhinagar||VADODARA|
|108||63758||SME BRANCH RAJKOT||Gandhinagar||RAJKOT|
|109||63759||SME BRANCH MAHUVA||Gandhinagar||MAHUVA (DIST:BHAVNAGAR)|
|110||63762||SME BRANCH BHAVNAGAR||Gandhinagar||BHAVNAGAR|
|115||4471||C Pension Proc Centre Guwahati||Guwhati||Guwahati|
|118||5320||Manipur University Campus||Guwhati||Jorhat|
|122||12259||G S Road Guwahati||Guwhati||Guwahati|
|123||15150||Liabiltiy Central Processing Centre Guwahati||Guwhati||Guwahati|
|124||1921||OVERSEAS BRANCH HYDERABAD||Hyderabad||HYDERABAD|
|125||3098||NACHARAM SME BR. HYDERABAD||Hyderabad||HYDERABAD|
|126||4071||NRI BRANCH HYDERABAD||Hyderabad||HYDERABAD|
|127||4168||COMMERCIAL BRANCH HYDERABAD||Hyderabad||HYDERABAD|
|128||4187||HI-TEC CITY BRANCH MADHAPUR||Hyderabad||HYDERABAD|
|130||5055||TRADE FINANCE CPC HYDERABAD||Hyderabad||HYDERABAD|
|134||13039||CCG BRANCH HYDERABAD||Hyderabad||HYDERABAD|
|135||13765||KOHINOOR BANJARA PREMIUM BANKING CENTRE||Hyderabad||HYDERABAD|
|137||17894||RACPC HIMAYATNAGAR HYDERABAD||Hyderabad||HYDERABAD|
|140||20537||EDDU MAILARAM ORDNANCE FACTORY||Hyderabad||HYDERABAD|
|141||20684||SME BRANCH SOMAJUGUDA||Hyderabad||HYDERABAD|
|143||21118||R A C P C BANJARA HILLS||Hyderabad||HYDERABAD|
|144||21118||R A C P C BANJARA HILLS||Hyderabad||HYDERABAD|
|145||21122||S M E C C HYDERABAD||Hyderabad||HYDERABAD|
|147||744||SME BR JAIPUR SOUTH||Jaipur||JAIPUR|
|149||31209||CHETAK CIRCLE UDAIPUR||Jaipur||UDAIPUR|
|150||31510||JAIPUR TILAK MARG||Jaipur||JAIPUR|
|154||156||PORT BLAIR||Kolkata||SOUTH24 PARGANAS|
|156||4288||SME EXIM BRANCH KOLKATA||Kolkata||KOLKATA|
|159||6284||NRI BRANCH KOLKATA||Kolkata||KOLKATA|
|163||14523||KOLKATA HIGH COURT SPB BRANCH||Kolkata||KOLKATA|
|164||15743||SMECC BALLYGUNGE||Kolkata||South 24Parganas|
|165||15745||SMECCC BIDHANNAGAR KOLKATA||Kolkata||BIDHANNAGAR|
|166||16286||RACPC SOUTH KOLKATA||Kolkata||South 24Parganas|
|167||16286||RACPC SOUTH KOLKATA||Kolkata||South 24Parganas|
|168||50271||KOLKATA CAMAC STREET||Kolkata||South 24Parganas|
|169||107||Kanpur Main Branch, Kanpur||Lucknow||KANPUR|
|172||15194||Specialized NRI Branch, Lucknow||Lucknow||LUCKNOW|
|173||17613||Specialized NRI Branch, Allahabad||Lucknow||ALLAHABAD|
|174||18632||HAL Indira Nagar, Lucknow||Lucknow||LUCKNOW|
|176||727||SME BRANCH OKHLA I. E. N DELHI||New Delhi||DELHI|
|177||1067||DELHI UNIVERSITY||New Delhi||DELHI|
|178||1361||SME RAILWAY ROAD, SAHARANPUR||New Delhi||SAHARANPUR|
|180||3786||SME NARAINA IND AREA||New Delhi||DELHI|
|181||4077||SME SECTOR-18 NOIDA||New Delhi||NOIDA|
|182||4298||CB NEHRU PLACE, NEW DELHI||New Delhi||DELHI|
|183||4499||SMECCC DELHI||New Delhi||DELHI|
|184||5235||LCPC NOIDA||New Delhi||DELHI|
|185||5714||SME BRANCH WAZIRPUR IND ESTATE||New Delhi||DELHI|
|186||9298||SME NAVYUG Market GHZ||New Delhi||GHAZIABAD|
|187||9950||SME FARIDABAD||New Delhi||FARIDABAD|
|188||10049||RACPC GHAZIABAD||New Delhi||GHAZIABAD|
|189||10161||SMECCC DEHRADUN||New Delhi||DEHRADUN|
|190||10553||UDYOG SADAN||New Delhi||DELHI|
|191||13913||SME BRANCH SOUTH EXT. DELHI||New Delhi||DELHI|
|192||14702||RACPC CUM SARC, NOIDA||New Delhi||NOIDA|
|193||15051||SME RUDRAPUR||New Delhi||RUDRAPUR|
|194||15711||SMECCC NARAINA||New Delhi||DELHI|
|195||18985||SBI CCPC II||New Delhi||DELHI|
|196||30497||NRI BRANCH NOIDA||New Delhi||NOIDA|
|197||40321||NAYA BAZAR DELHI||New Delhi||DELHI|
|200||61251||SMECC BHOLA NATH NAGAR||New Delhi||DELHI|
|204||6541||SME DHANBAD||Patna||DHAN BAD|
|207||10022||RACPC RANCH||Patna||RANCH I|
|210||510||PEDDAR ROAD||Pune||South Mumbai|
|211||513||MAPUCA||Pune||Mapuca, North Goa|
|213||548||LINKING ROAD,BANDRA||Pune||Western Mumbai|
|215||1593||BACKBAY RECLAMATION||Pune||South Mumbai|
|216||1632||HINGNA IND. EST.||Pune||Nagpur|
|217||1916||INTERNATIONAL SERVICES BRANCH.||Pune||South Mumbai|
|219||3473||S.E.E.P.Z. MUMBAI||Pune||Western Mumbai|
|221||4114||HINDU COLONY||Pune||Central Mumbai|
|222||4115||CB VILE PARLE||Pune||Western Mumbai|
|223||4116||CB.VASCO-DA-GAMA||Pune||Vasco, South Goa|
|225||4205||SPECIALISED PBB, MUMBAI||Pune||South Mumbai|
|226||4495||SME CITY CREDIT CENTRE Mumbai||Pune||BKC Mumbai|
|228||4732||IFB ANDHERI-EAST||Pune||Western Mumbai|
|229||4791||OB MUMBAI.||Pune||South Mumbai|
|230||5939||INDUSTRIAL ESTATE CHANDRAPUR||Pune||Chandrapur|
|231||6945||NARIMAN POINT-MUMBAI||Pune||South Mumbai|
|232||8586||MADAME CAMA ROAD BRANCH||Pune||South Mumbai|
|233||8964||NRI BRANCH MUMBAI||Pune||South Mumbai|
|234||8965||IFB MUMBAI||Pune||BKC Mumbai|
|236||10287||RACPC – I, PUNE||Pune||Pune|
|238||10290||RASECC, PANAJI||Pune||Panaji, North Goa|
|240||11777||SBI Capital Market||Pune||South Mumbai|
|242||15520||NRI VILE PARLE (WEST)||Pune||Western Mumbai|
|243||16755||SME BRANCH AMRAVATI||Pune||Amravati|
|244||17910||RACPC III BANER PUNE||Pune||Pune|
|250||4063||COMMERCIAL BRANCH KOLLAM||Thiru’Puram||KOLLAM|
|265||61038||GLOBAL NRI CENTRE||Thiru’Puram||ERNAKULAM|
|269||63308||RACC (R-DB) THODUPUZHA||Thiru’Puram||THODUPUZHA|
|272||70188||KANNUR ROAD KOZHIKODE||Thiru’Puram||KOZHIKODE|
|274||70230||CHANGANASSERY- INDUSTRIAL ESTATE||Thiru’Puram||CHANGANACHERRY|
|277||70903||RACPC II ERNAKULAM||Thiru’Puram||ERNAKULAM|
|284||883||NAN DYAL||Vijayawada||NAN DYAL|
|288||4157||N R I BRANCH BENZ CIRCLE, VJA||Vijayawada||VIJAYAWADA|
|292||5254||RASMECCC & SARC, RAJAMUNDRY||Vijayawada||RAJAHMUNDRY|
|293||6318||VSP.STEEL PLANT, BALACHERUVU||Vijayawada||VISAKHAPATNAM|
|294||6830||SME BRANCH, GUNTUR||Vijayawada||GUNTUR|
|297||8999||TOWN BRANCH (BMC BR), ONGOLE||Vijayawada||ONGOLE|
|299||11105||RAMA LAXMAN NAGAR SKLM||Vijayawada||SRIKAKULAM|
|301||13517||NRI BRANCH VISAKHAPATNAM||Vijayawada||VISAKHAPATNAM|
|304||15546||RASMECC (RACPC), NELLORE||Vijayawada||NELLORE|
|305||16292||SME BRANCH, TIRUPATI||Vijayawada||TIRUPATI|
|306||16442||SME BRANCH, NELLORE||Vijayawada||NELLORE|
|311||21017||RACPC2 (RASECC), VIJAYAWADA||Vijayawada||VIJAYAWADA|
|312||21596||SMECC (RASMECCC), GUNTUR||Vijayawada||GUNTUR|
|313||21666||VAJRALAPETA BRANCH, PENUKONDA||Vijayawada||PENUKONDA|
|317||63640||SME, BESANT ROAD, VIJAYAWADA||Vijayawada||VIJAYAWADA|
|318||63649||SME, SIRIPURAM JUNCTION||Vijayawada||VISAKHAPATNAM|