Bank of Baroda

The Guptas' banking woes started in 2017 when all four of the country's major banks declined to do business with the controversial family's companies.
Meanwhile, the Guptas have launched a court bid to stop the Bank of Baroda from leaving SA.
Workers want clarity on their future after the Guptas' crumbling empire threatens their jobs.
The company reportedly wants to cut ties with the Guptas.
HSBC reportedly picked up suspicious transactions related to the Guptas and their businesses.
People are facing retrenchments and late payments.
But the order only keeps the accounts open for now, pending a final application that must be launched in 15 days.
The organisation says it is concerned that the funds will go missing.
It means the Guptas have to remove their money from the Bank Of Baroda by the end of the month.
The move is unlawful, and could destroy the environment around the mine.
Investigation launched after Thuli Madonsela's state capture report.
But the bank is reportedly facing problems over the size of loans it has granted the family.
Reports say the bank is closing the Gupta accounts to comply with banking rules.