Your most trusted telecom partner, now your banking partner
As India’s first Payments Bank, we aim to give every Indian access to an equal, effective, and trustworthy banking experience.
Airtel Payments Bank was launched in January 2017, by Bharti Airtel, India’s largest telecom provider, to support the cashless revolution promised by the Government of India.
Airtel Payments Bank is a differentiated bank that provides essential financial services to its customers. In order to cater to the needs of the underserved and unbanked population in the country, our products are built as a solution to the problems posed by traditional banking – from long queues to endless documentation to inconvenient travelling. We aim to make banking simpler, more convenient, and more intuitive.
With Airtel Payments Bank, you can:
We also aim to make payments cashless and seamless, and that's precisely what you can do with Airtel Money Wallet, the digital wallet of Airtel Payments Bank. You can make online/offline digital payments, recharge your phone, pay utility bills, and much more with Airtel Money Wallet. The wallet provides you with an option to make simple, secure and quick payments through your phone. With Airtel Money Wallet, you can:
As we mentioned, we aim to provide a seamless banking experience to every Indian, including business owners (corporate, startups, SMEs). Our range of business solutions include:
Join Airtel Payments Bank today and enjoy the ease of banking that you have always wanted!
With telecom, we opened up communication lines across India to serve the unique needs and wants for each of our customers.
With banking, we have taken that passion for serving people and emerged as an easier, more intuitive and more accessible solution to problems that plague banking in India.
Mr Mittal is the Founder and Chairman of Bharti Enterprises, one of India's leading conglomerates with diversified interests in telecom,insurance, real estate, agri and food, besides other ventures. Bharti has joint ventures with several global leaders: Singtel, SoftBank, AXA, Del Monte amongst others.
Mr Vittal is the MD & CEO of Bharti Airtel (India & South Asia). A graduate from IIM Calcutta in 1990, he joined Hindustan Unilever Limited. One of his biggest achievements in HUL was Project Bharat, a successful rural-reach strategy that incentivized people in rural areas to try HUL's products.
Mr. Biswas is the MD & CEO of the Bank. A graduate from IIM Ahmedabad, Mr. Biswas has an experience of over 17 years in the Banking Industry holding multiple leadership roles spanning across various markets in Asia and Europe. Prior to joining the Bank, he was the Retail Business Head for South India, ICICI Bank Ltd.
Ashish Das is Professor in IIT Bombay, Mumbai. He has Research and teaching experience of over 25 years in theoretical and applied Statistics.
Arijit Ranjan Sarker is Co-President, Master Card Asia Pacific, Singapore. He has over 22 years of International experience covering payments and technology industry spanning across various markets of Europe, Asia and America.
Mohan Narayan Shenoi is President, Merger integration Management, Integration Management Office (IMO), Kotak Mahindra Bank since December, 2014. Has 37 years of experience in the financial sector, 13 years of which have been with Kotak Group.
Mr. Subhash Sheoratan Mundra, is a seasoned and committed banker, with a distinguished career spanning over four decades, during which he held various high level positions, including Chairman and Managing Director of Bank of Baroda, Executive Director of Union Bank of India, Chief Executive of Bank of Baroda (European Operations) amongst others, culminating as the Deputy Governor of Reserve Bank of India, from where he finally retired his office in July 2017.
Rajesh is the Managing Director - Financial Services, Bharti Enterprises. He is a seasoned insurance and consumer banking professional with more than 20 years as a leader in Life Insurance and Health Insurance organisations. He is also an active mentor to start-ups.
Arpita is CEO of M-CRIL and has over 25 years of work experience, twenty of which were focused on Management & Risk consulting in various leadership roles in organizations such as PwC, KPMG, Arthur Andersen and ICICI Advisory. Her sector specialization was in Telecom and she now focusses on its impact on digital & financial inclusion and unique business models to bridge the divide. She has led projects in 30+ countries in emerging (Africa, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka & Middle East) and developed markets (Japan, Europe, UK, USA). She started her career with design and development of Telecom Network Management software and was based in Europe.
Anita Kapur, with a distinguished career spanning over four decades, retired as Chairperson, Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT). Earlier, as a member CBDT, and post retirement as Adviser in the Ministry of Finance, she had a leadership role in implementing significant taxpayer friendly administrative measures and policy reforms to simplify tax laws, apply technology to enable tax assessments in an E- environment, reduce litigation, and facilitate compliance, counter tax. She also had secondment stints with the Foreign Tax and Tax Research (FT&TR) Division and the Tax Policy & Legislation (TPL) Division of the Ministry of Finance, the capital market regulator of India - SEBI and the Banking Division (currently known as Department of Financial Services) of the Ministry of Finance.
Rajeev Kher brings with him a rich and varied experience of 37 years in the Indian Administrative Service. His fields of experience include International Trade and Commerce, Industrial Development and Investment Policy, Competition Law and Policy, Sustainable Development Policy and Planning, Environmental Management and Global Governance. He spent precious twenty years in senior positions in the Ministry of Environment and the Department of Commerce in the Government of India culminating in the position of Commerce Secretary. He also held the position of the Member in the Competition Appellate Tribunal for two years. On superannuation he was invited to be a Distinguished Fellow of the RIS - a think tank on International Economic and Development Policy.