RBL Bank’s 75000 sqft Office gets Platinum IGBC GREEN Certification -

RBL Bank’s 75000 sqft Office gets Platinum IGBC GREEN Certification

RBL Bank’s 75000 sqft Office gets Platinum IGBC GREEN Certification

• Uniquely designed state-of-the-art workspace
• Offers an interactive and enjoyable work environment to 1,200 employees in that office

RBL Bank’s new office spread over 75,000 sq. ft has received Platinum – Indian Green Building Council (IGBC) Green Interiors certification. Apart from several interesting features, 50% of the office receives natural daylight throughout the operational hours, leading to significant power saving. It is also expected to reduce water consumption by 50%.

RBL Bank’s 75000 sqft Office gets Platinum IGBC GREEN Certification
RBL Bank’s 75000 sqft Office gets Platinum IGBC GREEN Certification

The office space has been designed based on the theme of seasons giving it a very colourful and vibrant feel. Commenting on the opening, Pankaj Sharma, Chief Operations Officer, said, “We are happy to have opened this healthy and interactive office for our employees and our extremely pleased to have received the high rating of Platinum IGBC GREEN Certification. More than 30% of the area in this office is used as circulation space. This encourages employee movement, resulting in health benefits for them. Apart from providing a swanky new workspace the green interior design also involves energy saving, water efficiency, fighting air pollution and conserving of resources.”

About RBL Bank
RBL Bank is one of India’s fastest-growing private sector banks with an expanding presence across the country. The Bank offers specialized services under six business verticals namely: Corporate & Institutional Banking, Commercial Banking, Branch & Business Banking, Retail Assets, Development Banking and Financial Inclusion, Treasury and Financial Markets Operations. It currently services over 7.3 million customers through a network of 346 Branches, 1,156 business correspondent branches (of which 238 banking outlets) and 394 ATMs spread across 23 Indian States and Union Territories.

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