Deposit

Deposits

Sewa Banks account holders are made up of around 80 percent urban and 20 percent rural self employed women. The majority of these women are also members of SEWA Trade union. The urban female depositors of Sewa Bank are engaged in three predominant activities.

As vendors.
As labourers or small service providers.
As home based workers.

"A penny saved is more than a penny earned"

"Savings from our clients just pour in. As long as we design attractive saving schemes tailored to their needs and provide them with easy collection mechanisms, we see that poor women are great savers."

Jayshree Vyas, MD

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Savings Account

Securely grow savings in banks, earn interest, ensure liquidity with diverse account options.

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Current Account

Ideal for daily transactions, offering flexibility with checks and debit cards, but usually with minimal interest.

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Recurring Account

Regularly deposit a fixed amount for systematic savings and interest accrual.

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Term Deposit Account

Fixed-sum deposits with predetermined interest, ensuring capital preservation until maturity.

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Deposit Interest Rate

Annual percentage yield on deposited funds, influencing interest accrual over a specified period.

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SEWA Bank - DICGC

SEWA Bank is covered by DICGC, providing deposit insurance for bank customers in India.

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Atal Pension Yojana (APY)

Despite having always designed products and schemes as per the life cycle and requirements of these women.

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