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HDFC Bank to re-examine KYC details of a/cs opened in 2008

The Mumbai-based bank had asked customers, who opened accounts in 2008 or earlier, to re-submit photo identity and address proofs

June 04, 2013 4:03 IST | India Infoline News Service
Private lender HDFC Bank has started re-examining the know-your-customer (KYC) details of accounts opened in 2008 or earlier, according to a media report.

The Mumbai-based bank had asked customers, who opened accounts in 2008 or earlier, to re-submit photo identity and address proofs, the report added.

In addition to the branches, the bank has built up specific cells to receive these documents and ensure that the process is smooth.
  

The move comes after online portal Cobrapost alleged that HDFC Bank was one of the private lenders that violated KYC and anti-money laundering rules.

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