Model Co-Operative Bank Organizes Customers’ Meet in Metro

from Rons Bantwal
Daijiworld Media Network – Mumbai (RD)

Mumbai, Mar 12: Model Co-operative Bank organized its customers’ meet on Tuesday March 11, for their Andheri, Fort and Ghatkopar branches, in the metro which was held at Peninsula Grand Hotel, Sakinaka, Andheri (East).

Albert W D’ Souza, chairman of Model Co-Operative Bank, while addressing the gathering, highlighted the progress made by the Bank in the past 9 years and urged the customers, in order to mobilize deposits from their friends and relatives by Monday March 31.  Moreover, he announced that the Bank would likely to get Scheduled status shortly and explained the customers’ benefits derived thereby.

Mr. John D’ Silva, ex-chairman of Bank also elaborated on the progress achieved by the Bank from a humble beginning as a Co-Operative Society.

Prof A P D’Souza, deputy chairman, George Castelino and Vincent Mathias, directors appreciated the patronage of customers and urged their support in the future also.


Bank customers, Harish Mehta, Anthony Sequeira, Ronnie Goveas, Mohan Agarwal, C A Walter D’Souza, Walter Buthello, congratulated the board of directors and staff for providing excellent services.

Lazarus Menezes, Benedicta Rebello, Sanjay Shinde, P LS Pinto including 250 customers attended the meeting.

William D’ Souza, deputy general manager of the Bank proposed vote of thanks.


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