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SBI Cards & Payment Services Limited (SBICARD) share price as of August 9, 2022, on NSE is Rs 916.15 (NSE) and Rs 915.50 (BSE) on BSE.

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About SBICARD

Today's live share price for SBI Cards & Payment Services Limited is NSE: ₹ 916.15, BSE: ₹ 915.50 with a current market capitalization of .

SBI Cards and Payments Services Pvt Ltd is an unlisted non-deposit accepting systemically important non-banking financial company registered with the Reserve Bank of India. The company is engaged in issuing credit cards to consumers in India. They offer the Indian consumers extensive access to a wide range of world-class, value-added payment products and services. SBI Cards and Payments Services Pvt Ltd was incorporated in the year 1998. The company was established as a joint venture between State Bank of India and GE Capital Corporation, USA, holding sixty and forty percent respectively. During the year 2006-07, the company introduced new Gold Card product (SBI MasterCard Gold) with many value added features. They introduced the Tata Card Product and a partnership card with Indian Railways. Also, they created a new brand identity for SBI Card with the launch of the 'Jo Dikhta Hai Wahi Milta Hai' campaign on national media. During the year 2007-08, the company conducted consumer research to understand needs of customer and segments to focus on leading to introduction of 2 new products, namely SBI Gold and More Card with assured cash-back on specific usage and SBI Platinum Card targeted at the affluent segment. During the year 2008-09, the company had been reaching out to customers with attractive offers and new products to increase their share of business. They made tie ups with Dena Bank and Catholic Syrian Bank for introducing co-branded credit cards. Also, the company was adjudged as Golden Award Winner in the Reader's Digest Trusted Brand Survey 2008 in the credit card category. During the year 2009-10, the company acquired 228,000 new accounts which is a 36% increase over the previous year. They launched Maruti co-branded card. Also, they signed an MoU for the tie-up with the Aditya Birla group of companies. The company was adjudged as Golden Award Winner in the Reader's Digest Trusted Brand Survey 2009 as well as 2010 in the Credit Card Category. Also, SBI Card won the consumer choice award from CNBC.

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