- The Bombay Catholic Urban Co-operative Society was registered on the May 8, 1920 with the Registrar of Co-operative Societies.
- Converted into a Bank by the Registrar of Co-operative Societies vide Order No. BOM/URB/BOMBAY CATHOLIC R-WARD OF 84 dated October 20, 1984 to carry on the business of banking.
- RBI issued CITIZENCREDIT Co-operative Bank Ltd. a full-fledged banking licence on December 27, 1989 (Lic No. MH1016p).
- In 1989, RBI authorized CITIZENCREDIT Co-operative Bank Ltd to open and maintain Non-Resident External Rupee accounts.
- It was the first co-operative bank to commission and conduct fully - computerized banking operations by 1991.
- CITIZENCREDIT Co-operative Bank Ltd was also the first co-operative bank to be rated by a credit rating agency - CRISIL (Credit Rating Information Services of India Ltd) in January 1995.
- The Bank crossed Rs. 100 crores in deposits in 1994-95.
- Achieved Scheduled Bank status in October 1996, in recognition of continued excellence in performance.
- The Bank was registered under the Multi-State Co-operative Societies Act, by the Central Registrar vide Regn.No.MSCS/CR/75/98 dated January 20,1998.
- Attained Multi-State Co-operative Bank status in January 1998.
- Introduced Full-Fledged Money changing operations in February 1999.
- Commenced the conduct of dematerialisation of shares held in the Bombay Stock Exchange (DeMat), on a fully computerised mode, for customers.
Financial Highlights 2015-16 and 2016-17
|No. of Branches||42||42|
|Paid up Share Capital||15.25||15.20|
|Total Reserves & Funds||335.99||315.86|
|Gross NPAs ratio||5.88%||6.05%|
|Net NPAs ratio||2.29%||2.22%|
|Provision Coverage Ratio||62.39%||64.63%|
|Return on Assets||0.67%||0.69%|