The Foreign currency denominated credit facilities are granted to the Indian corporations in India as well as at the Money Centre Branches abroad.
Corporations interested in raising foreign currency funds both in India and abroad may contact in India the branches they are dealing with, the Position Maintaining Offices (PMO's/ Authorised Foreign Exchange Branches), Corporate Banking Branches, Industrial Finance branches or any of the major branch in the city. They may also contact the Bank's Regional Offices/ Zonal Offices for the required information/ guidelines. They may contact the International Division, Central Office at Mumbai on the following address (Click here Branch Locator):
Corporate OfficeBank of Baroda, Baroda Corporate Centre,International Division, Plot No C - 26, G - Block, Bandra East, Mumbai 400 051.
The foreign currency denominated loans in India are granted against the foreign currency funds a bank has on account of FCNR(B) Deposit. These loans are commonly known as FCNR(B) Loans.
Bank of Baroda with a wide global presence has a large base of NRI customers/ depositors. This enables, Bank of Baroda pool in from a large resource base of FCNR(B) deposits and is in a position to offer the Foreign Currency Loans in India under FCNR(B) Plan at very competitive rates.
With a presence at major financial centers of the world, Bank of Baroda has strong foreign currency resources at Money Centre Branches. This enables Bank of Baroda to arrange for and grant Foreign Currency Credits to Indian as well as multinational corporations at competitive rates.
The foreign currency denominated Loans are granted at Money Centre Branches across the globe. The Foreign Currency Loans granted to Indian Corporate are granted as per External Commercial Borrowing (ECB) Policy of Govt. of India.