Maharashtra State Bank announced on Friday that it has launched a digital lending platform for its home and auto loan clients.
The platform will allow potential retail loan applicants to obtain loans digitally through a paperless process at a convenient location and time of their choosing, the bank said in a statement.
The platform is able to validate KYC, CIBIL and applicant’s financial data and provide hassle-free in-principle approval, he said.
The main goal is to provide exceptional customer experience and premium lending through digitization, said AS Rajeev, Managing Director and CEO of Bank of Maharashtra.
The bank has currently waived processing fees on home and car loans for its customers to take advantage of during the holiday season.
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