Syndicate Bank was merged with Canara Bank with effect from 1st April 2020. All the branches of Syndicate Bank are now functioning as branches of Canara Bank. The existing IFSC Codes of Syndicate Bank branches will remain valid till 30 June 2021. Also, from July 1, 2021, the new IFSC codes will be applicable.
Customers will have to update the new IFSC code by June 30 so that there is no interruption in banking activities after July 1.
Attention to all Syndicate Bank account holders: IFSC will change from 1st July, 2021. Kindly check your new IFSC on our website. pic.twitter.com/U3f8DuaG6n
— Canara Bank (@canarabank) June 5, 2021
Bank has did customers To Inform
- Canara Bank has again informed the customers about this through a tweet.
- According to the tweet, all IFSCs starting with SYNB will no longer be valid from July 1, 2021.
- The new IFSC will start with CNRB.
- According to the bank, 10000 will have to be added to the erstwhile IFSC of Syndicate Bank. If the old IFSC was SYNB0003687, now the new IFSC will be CNRB0013687.
Old Check to book Too Ho will go Invalid
- Canara Bank had said in March 2021 itself that the checkbooks issued by the branches of the erstwhile Syndicate Bank would be valid only till June 30, 2021.
- Customers will have to get the new IFSC and MICR checkbook by June 30.
- All old checks issued to third parties will have to be replaced with new checks before 30 June 2021.
how Know do new IFSC And MICR code
Information about the new IFSC and MICR codes can be found in these ways.
- Go to Canara Bank website http://www.canarabank.com/. Go to Below ‘What’s New’ and click on ‘KIND ATTN eSYNDIATE CUSTOMERS: KNOW YOUR NEW IFSC’.
- By visiting Canara Bank branches.
- Canara Bank customer care contact on 18004250018.
- Through a message sent on the registered mobile number.
foreigner Currency transactions of for New Swift code
- The erstwhile Syndicate Bank’s SWIFT code (SYNBINBBXXX) used to send or receive SWIFT messages on foreign exchange transactions will also be discontinued from 1 July 2021.
- SWIFT code (CNRBINBBBFD) has to be used for any foreign exchange requirements.
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