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Mumbai

Mumbai Branch

Address 15 th Floor, Hoechst House, 193 Vinay K. Shah Marg, (Backbay Reclamation) Nariman Point, Mumbai 400 021, India
Telephone 91-22-6669-3000
Mumbai Branch

Services

  • Corporate Banking Loans
  • Deposit Accounts
  • Remittances
  • Trade Finance
  • Bank Guarantees

Overview

MUFG began operations in Mumbai, the financial capital of India, in 1953. In 2004, we moved to Hoechst House in Mumbai's central financial hub.
 
Our office in Mumbai serves as the "hub" of MUFG's operations in India. With five locations across the country, we have the largest network amongst Japanese banks in India.
 
We cater to the banking needs of Japanese and global corporates that are establishing or growing their businesses in India.

General information for our customers

Information of specific products/services

I-FORM

List of Unclaimed Deposits and Inoperative Accounts

  1. Based on a circular issued by Reserve Bank of India on February 7, 2012; Unclaimed Deposits / Inoperative Accounts in Banks- Display list of Inoperative Accounts, the list of unclaimed deposits / inoperative accounts which are inactive / inoperative for more than ten years are displayed below.
  1. To activate your account, please visit the branch where your account is maintained with the following documents:
    - Your most recent proof of identity
    - Your most recent proof of address
    - Details of account that are in your name and are included in the list
    - Request letter to re-activate your account

    For identification purposes, please provide original documents at the branch. We require separate documents for (1)proof of identity and (2)proof of address. These documents must include the name, date of birth and current residential address for each account holder.

    Note : Bank may request for any further specific / additional documents.
  1. For more information, please contact us.
    Contact numbers: +91-22-66693053 / +91-22-66693026

Regulatory Disclosures

  1. As per 'Guidelines on composition of capital disclosure requirements' dated 28 May 2013, banks have to maintain a regulatory disclosures section on their website, where all the information relating to disclosure of regulatory capital is made available.
(as 8 April, 2020)
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