As of April 1, 2019, Dena Bank was acquired by Bank of Baroda. Dena Bank provides various banking products and services in India. The company operates through Treasury, Corporate/Wholesale Banking, Retail Banking, and Other Banking Operations segments. It accepts various deposits, such as savings, current, and bank accounts; deposit and senior citizen schemes; fixed, recurring, and loan linked recurring deposits; minor savings schemes; cash certificates; and online term deposits. The company also provides a range of loans, including consumer durable, gold, housing, professional, senior citizen pensioner’s, personal, vehicle, education, and skill loans; loans for medical practitioners; loan against properties; finance against rent receivables; and trade finance schemes. In addition, it offers application supported by blocked amount, bancassurance, demat, bill and e-payment, e-tax pay, SMS alert, indirect and direct tax collection, e-smart, inbound remittance, Internet and mobile banking, online donation, RTGS/NEFT, tab banking, national pension system, point of sale terminal, and e-unified payments interface services. Further, the company provides gift, ATM, debit, and prepaid cards; and public provident fund and sukanya samriddhi accounts, as well as distributes mutual funds. Additionally, it provides corporate banking services; international banking services, such as trade finance, including export, import, correspondent banking, remittance, and other services; and various banking products and services for the priority, and small and medium enterprises. As of March 31, 2018, the company operated a network of 1,872 branches; and a network of 1,685 ATMs. Dena Bank was founded in 1938 and is headquartered in Mumbai, India.