UCO Bank was established in the year 1943 and headquartered at Kolkata, West Bengal, India. It is one of the oldest and major commercial banks in India by maintaining strong presence with its 44 zonal offices spread all over India. It was founded by the idea of Ghanshyam Das Birla who is a renowned industrialist during the Quit India Movement of 1942 and it is a part of Aditya Birla group. It is focused on implementing the new schemes and services to cater the financial needs of the customers. To remain sustainable, the company started to focus more on the principles like profitability, excellent customer service, socio economic obligations etc. With the help of the expertise professionals it provide services in all segments like Agriculture, Industry, Trade & Commerce, Service Sector, Infrastructure Sector etc. It holds 2500 service units in India and also maintains two overseas branches each in Singapore and hong Kong. It mainly deals with the products like consumer banking, investment banking, mortgage loans, wealth management, finance, etc.
It is a Public Sector Company that offers services in Banks with Annual Total Turnover of 1510 Crores and with Employee Strength of 24,109 & above.The Company profile, Contact numbers, Contact Address, and services offered are furnished below.
UCO Bank Head Office , Company Details, Financial Details
UCO Bank Head Office Address :
10 B T M Sarani(Brabourne Road)
Kolkata : 700001
West Bengal ,India .
UCO Bank Phone Number : (33) 22266458 22254120
UCO Bank Website : www.ucobank.com
UCO Bank Contact Number:
If you have any queries regarding the products offered by the bank, kindly enquire about that by calling to the below mentioned Phone Numbers.
Toll Free Number: 1800 103 0123
ATM Helpline mail: [email protected]
ATM queries: [email protected]
E banking related queries: [email protected]
Customer Grevances: [email protected]
Feedback or suggestions: [email protected]
UCO Bank Financial Details :
No of Employees – 24,109 & above
Turnover in Crs – 1510 Crores
Sector- Public Sector