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Bank of Baroda launches app for farmers across country

The app, which would help farmers by providing vital information to help them make the right decisions right from sowing to harvest is the first of its kinds launched by a public sector bank, bank officials said.

Bank of Baroda to co-lend Rs 1,000 crore with NBFCs this quarter

The bank will fund 80-90 per cent of the total loan amount depending upon the seasoning.

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Gujarat: Bank officials hold meetings to generate ideas for growth

The suggestions and ideas generated in the meeting will be further discussed at the state level and final meetings will be held at the national level.

Bank of Baroda recruitment 2019: Here's how to apply for 25 posts for IT professionals

Bank of Baroda recruitment 2019: The application process is on and the last date to apply is September 2. Interested may apply at bankofbaroda.in. A total of 25 vacancies are on offer.

After SBI, BoB links home loan product to RBI’s repo rate

Bank of Baroda customers opting for the home loan product would have a choice between MCLR-linked rate — indexed to the bank’s cost of funds — or a rate linked to Reserve Bank of India’s repo rate.

Bank of Baroda net profit at Rs 710 crore; NPAs remain flat

Net interest income, or the difference between interest earned on loans and that paid on deposits, increased 2.61 per cent to Rs 6,496 crore from Rs 6331 crore in the corresponding period of last year.

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Bank of Baroda recruitment 2019: Apply to get a remuneration above Rs 50,000, online registration begins tomorrow

Bank of Baroda recruitment 2019: There are 35 vacancies in Manager posts, and the selected candidates will get a pay scale of above Rs 50,000. The candidates can apply online till August 2, 2019

Bank of Baroda Q4 loss at Rs 991 crore

On the asset quality front, the bank’s gross non-performing assets (NPAs) fell to 9.61 per cent of the gross advances at the end of March 2019, against 12.26 per cent by March 2018.

After merger, Bank of Baroda accounts for 23% of bad loans in Gujarat

If the NPAs owned by the public sector banks are taken into account, then the merged entity will account for 32 per cent of Rs 27,602 crore bad loans that existed in Gujarat.

Aspire to have 10% market share, says BoB MD-CEO after merger

Other metrics of success that the new merged entity has set include a 15 per cent compound annual growth rate and a return of assets close to 15 per cent.

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