Suryoday Small Finance Bank Ltd. – A “small” step in banking but a “big” leap for social inclusiveness.
Suryoday Small Finance Bank is a new age bank that went live on January 23rd 2017. Our endeavour is to bring the best banking solutions to the ‘banked’, ‘under-banked’ and the ‘un-banked’ sections of the society. Our power packed solutions are designed to offer the choicest of benefits to suit different financial needs. As always, our focus will continue to be on ensuring the best in class ‘Customer Experience’.
As a bank, we will
1101, Sharda Terraces,
Plot 65, Sector 11, CBD Belapur,
Navi Mumbai- 400 614
Monday to Saturday:
9:30am to 4:00pm.
2nd and 4th Saturday: Holiday.
Suryoday Small Finance Bank (Suryoday SFB), offers exciting career opportunities. Everyone who works at Suryoday shares a commitment to helping the customers we serve. Our values and operating principles drive our business decisions, guide our activities and focus our resources. learn Suryoday SFB welcomes those who feel excited to be part of our journey as customer friendly bank & welcomes those who can commit to the goal of uplifting lives of its customer by offering a right product. And during this journey we help you to achieve your own career goals.
Suryoday A Bank of Smlies – We aim to be a reason for our customer’s smiles
Customers are at the heart of our business. By using our skills, resources and people effectively we believe we can deliver superior experience for our customers.
We will create the best customer experience by continuing to rebuild trust with our customers, providing a reliable, consistent and convenient service. We will transform our digital capability, providing customers with simpler, seamless interactions across online, mobile and bank branches and improving the efficiency of products and services.
In 2013, the government of India passed Section 135, mandating companies with a certain turnover to spend 2% of their average profit for the past three years on corporate social responsibility (CSR). Driving the passage of the law was the intent to have the country’s businesses actively participate in the social development of the country.
Five years have passed since the law came into effect and CSR has emerged as an active participant in shaping India’s development history: while India surges forward economically on one hand, it also confronts developmental challenges that affect the length and breadth of the country. For a country of 1.3 billion, out of which approximately 23% live below the poverty line, urgency marks the need.
Suryoday Small Finance Bank has been at the helm of financial inclusion since 2008. As a microfinance institution in it’s earlier avatar, it was able to create an outreach of over 7 lakh micro borrowers. As a responsible lender, it has always deemed financial literacy important. The bank’s Corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives are focused on financial literacy initiatives. Over a period of time the programs have been strengthened to keep pace with central government initiatives such as Jan Dhan, Aadhaar and Mobile (JAM) framework and digital financial literacy drives.