Bank of Baroda symbol

Bank of Baroda was established in 1908 by Maharaja of Baroda, in present day Vadodara, Gujrat. It was nationalized in 1969.

Logo: Baroda Sun - comprises of dual ‘B’ letter forms which hold the rays of the rising sun.

Sun represents what Bank stands for. Single most powerful source of light and energy, which dispels darkness.  Vermillion colour stands for hope and energy.

The Baroda Sun is a universal symbol of dynamism and optimism – it is meaningful and easily decoded by all.

Slogan: India’s international Bank.

BoB has the maximum branches oversees, around 101 offices in 24 countries.

Headquarters: Vadodara, Gujrat.

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