Introduction to KYC

Introduction to KYC

In terms of the provisions of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act-2002 as amended from time to time, and directions given by Reserve Bank of India, all customers of the bank are required to comply with Know Your Customer (KYC) guidelines by submitting proof of identity, proof of current address including recent photograph as and when requested by the bank for updation of KYC documents. Accordingly, all account holders of the bank, who have not yet updated KYC documents, are hereby requested to immediately contact the branch with which they are having account and submit KYC documents (KYC policy / doucument list available with branch).

Sr. No.

Proof of Identity (Any One)

Proof of Address (Any One)



Electricity bill


Voter ID Card

Telephone bill


Pan Card

Letter from reputed employer


Govt. / Defence ID Card

Income / Wealth Tax assessment order


Driving Licence

Letter from any recognized public authority


Aadhar Card

Salary slip


National Rural Employment Guarantee (NREGA) Card

Bank account statement


Pension payment order (Central & State)

Credit card statement


Photo identity card issued by post office

Voter ID card (having current address)

Other valid documents that establish identity as per KYC policy and as per satisfaction of branch manager

Other valid documents that show address as per KYC policy and as per satisfaction of branch manager

In case of failure by the customer to submit the KYC documents, the bank will be reluctantly compelled to freeze operations in the KYC non-compliant accounts thereafter, without further notice and at the risk, responsibility and cost to the customer. The bank may also, without prejudice, and, at its discretion, permanently close KYC non-compliant accounts, if any after 30-11-2015.