Cuttack is the commercial capital as well as the second largest city in the Indian state of Odisha. The city center is situated between the Mahanadi river and the Kathajodi river. The city is developing and expanding constantly. Odishas high court is located Cuttack, making it the judicial capital of the state. Cuttack city is divided into 54 administrative wards headed by an elected representative. The economy of the city was traditionally fuelled by trade facilitated by strong textile industry. Currently there are many large-scale industries of the steel, power, automobile and alloys which contribute to the economy as well as cater to the employment needs of the city. Cuttack is soon growing into a hub for the IT and BPO sectors. SEZs or Special Economic Zones are being established in the area to attract a good number of players in the software sector. Cuttack is home to the Barabati stadium which hosts a lot of international cricket matches. The educational infrastructure in the city is strong with the presence of noted institutions like Ravenshaw University, IMIT, IITM, NLU, Cuttack college, Netaji city college, etc. Tourists visiting Cuttack can roam around places of interest like the Barbati fort, the Maritime Museum, the Netaji museum, the Freedom fighters memorial, etc. Cuttack also hosts a lot of pilgrimages for both Hindu and Muslim devotees.
The Bandhan Bank Ltd. is based in Kolkata, West Bengal. Bandhan started as a micro-finance company in 2001 and received its banking license from the RBI in 2014. On 27th March 2018, it became the 8th largest bank in India by market capitalization. The Bank has 840 branches, 2,443 Doorstep Services, 282 ATMs and 12,004 Mini-ATMs or Hand-Held Devices according to the Annual Report of the bank (2016-17). Mr. Harun Rasid Khan is the chairman of the Bandhan Bank. In July 2016, he had been the Deputy Governor of the Reserve Bank of India. The founder cum managing director and chief executive officer of the Bandhan Bank are Mr. Chandra Shekhar Ghosh. The RBI licensing norms state explicitly that a new bank must have a ? 500 crore capital. The Bandhan Financial Services Limited (BFSL), one of the largest microfinance organization in India owns The Bandhan Financial Holdings. The SIDBI bank, International Finance Corporation (IFC), Financial Inclusion Trust, North Eastern Financial Inclusion Trust, Singapore Sovereign Wealth Fund GIC and the Bandhan Employees Welfare Trust are the significant investors in the parent organization of Bandhan Bank. The Bandhan Bank get listed on the Bombay stock exchange. On 23rd August 2015, the Bandhan bank was launched by the Union Minister of Finance, Shri Arun Jaitley Ji in Kolkata, West Bengal, India. After a year, the first-anniversary celebration of Bandhan Bank was attended by the President of India, Shri Pranab Mukherjee. For mobile banking, the Bandhan bank has launched m Bandhan app which is available for download on google play store and apple store. The users can check their account information and make money transfers through the app.