Andhra Bank is an Indian provider of banking products and services. The bank generates all revenue domestically. The bank operates through four segments: corporate/wholesale banking, retail banking, treasury, and other banking operations. The segment is corporate/wholesale banking, which offers working-capital finance, export and import loans, insurance, corporate loans, bridging loans, bank guarantees, forward contracts, agricultural loans, loan syndications, and finance for small and midsize enterprises. The retail banking segment offers products such as deposits, loans, debit cards, credit cards, insurance, mutual funds, and Internet banking. The Indian government is a shareholder of Andhra Bank.