Safe Deposit Box

Available at: Harrow & Wembley Branch

ICICI Bank UK PLC is delighted to announce that you can nowkeep your valuables safe and secure and enjoy up to* 100% discount on rental charges on Safe Deposit Box (SDB) in the 1st year.

Here is how you can avail this offer

New SDB
customer

50%

Discount on SDB rental
charges in the 1st year

New SDB customer
opening or holding
NRI Account with
ICICI Bank Ltd, India

100%

Discount on SDB rental
charges in the 1st year

Existing
SDB customer opening
NRI Account with
ICICI Bank Ltd, India

100%

Discount on SDB rental
charges in the 1st year

Apply at the following branches today

Please note: HomeVantage Current Account and Security Deposit is mandatory to apply for Safe Deposit Box

HARROW
WEMBLEY (Parking facility available)

Disclaimer:
Calls to 0344 412 4444 use free plan minutes if available, otherwise they cost the same as 01/02 prefix calls. Safe Deposit Box (SDB)holder must have a Personal Current Account with ICICI Bank UK PLC. Contents of the box must be independently insured for their full value and the SDB with the Bank must not be considered as an alternative to insuring them. Contents of the SDB will not be eligible for a claim under the Financial Services Compensation Scheme. For more information on the Safe Deposit Boxes please visit our Harrow or Wembley Branch or alternatively you may also view more information on https://www.icicibank.co.uk/personal/safe-deposit-box.page?. Safe Deposit Box image shown is for illustration purpose only and may differ from the actual product. ICICI Bank UK PLC (Company No: 04663024) is authorized by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and Prudential Regulation Authority. Its registered office is One Thomas More Square, London E1W 1YN. It is subject to the laws of England and Wales. All products and services are subject to terms and conditions, which are available at www.icicibank.co.uk. The NRI products and services are offered by ICICI Bank Limited, India and are subject to Reserve Bank of India ("RBI") rules and other applicable Indian laws and regulations. These products and services are not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Hence, rules made under the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 for the protection of customers do not apply. Protections afforded by the UK regulatory system, including the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) will not apply.