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Enterprise Bank http://www.corpbank.com/began around 104 years back in 1906, with an underlying capital of just Rs.5000. Company Bank has recorded Rs. 1,67,000 Crore check in business and even much more, with more than 3500 administration outlets the country over. The Corporation Bank was nationalized in 1980

Company Corporation Bank Net Banking (CorpNet) is an Internet Based and totally ensured web based keeping money framework giving the clients the office of "comfort managing an account". The clients of CorpNet can work their records from only anyplace at whenever. CorpNet offers two layers of security; application level security and access level security.

CorpNet has three divisions, - Retail (for Individuals), Corporate (for Corporate Clients), and CAPS {for CMS (Cash Management Services) clients}.

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