J&K Bank Ties-up with Ashok Leyland


Srinagar-To facilitate its customers with a range of commercial vehicles, Jammu and Kashmir Bank – premier bank of J&K UT – today entered into a tie-up with Ashok Leyland – second largest manufacturer of commercial vehicles in the country.

Vice-President (CCB) Manzoor Hussain exchanged the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on behalf of J&K Bank with the Head Retail Finance, Ashok Leyland, Suvendu Moitra, who represented  Ashok Leyland, in presence of the bank’s Executive President Arun Gandotra and Head Sales Finance, Ashok Leyland D S Madhusudan, Territory Sales manager Umar Mir and other officers of the bank.

Speaking on the occasion Executive President Arun Gandotra said, “In our quest for deeper engagement with our customers, we feel pleased to partner with Ashok Leyland – one of the leading manufacturers of commercial vehicles in India – to make an array of customized commercial vehicles including trucks, tippers and school buses accessible to them through its extensive network of touch points across the country especially in the UT, where they have a sizable presence and are going to double the number of touch points within a year.”

“The agreement is a win-win for our customers as they will avail customized solutions from both the companies tailored to meet their financial as well as vehicular requirements”, he added.

Notably, the attractive add-ons as per tie-up for the bank’s customers include free service package of Rs 15000 for each truck and Bus (MHCV Range from 8T to 55T) and 4-year driver term- insurance of Rs 10 lacs on every AVTR truck funded by the bank.

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