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Seylan Expands

Central Bank of Sri Lanka Governor Ajith Nivard Cabraal, Chief Economist Dr. Weerasinghe (left), Seylan Bank PLC Chairman Eastman Narangoda (right), Banking and Uthuru Wasnthaya President’s Adviser Dr. (Mrs.) Ranee Jayamaha, Seylan Bank Executive Director R Nadarajah, General Manager/Chief Executive Ajita Pasqual, Ajith Devasurendra (director), Assistant General Manager Marketing Kamal Deshapriya and other invitees being welcomed by the people in Nelliady.

Central Bank of Sri Lanka Governor Ajith Nivard Cabraal, Chief Economist Dr. Weerasinghe (left), Seylan Bank PLC Chairman Eastman Narangoda (right), Banking and Uthuru Wasnthaya President’s Adviser Dr. (Mrs.) Ranee Jayamaha, Seylan Bank Executive Director R Nadarajah, General Manager/Chief Executive Ajita Pasqual, Ajith Devasurendra (director), Assistant General Manager Marketing Kamal Deshapriya and other invitees being welcomed by the people in Nelliady.

Seylan Bank PLC recently opened a new branch in Nelliady and two new extension offices in Manipay and Chankanai in line with President Mahinda Rajapakse’s “Uthuru Wasanthaya” vision to bring the North into mainstream economic activity, and thus forging a stronger presence in those areas.

Central Bank of Sri Lanka (C.B.S.L.) Governor Ajith Nivard Cabraal was Chief Guest at the branch opening at Nelliady. Also present were Banking and ‘Uthuru Wasanthaya’ President’s Adviser Dr. (Mrs.) Ranee Jayamaha, Seylan Bank Chairman Eastman Narangoda, Executive Director R. Nadarajah, Ajith Devasurendra (director), General Manager/CEO Ajita Pasqual and several other C.B.S.L. and Seylan Bank officials.
The Manipay and Chankanai Extension Offices were opened by Seylan Bank Chairman Eastman Narangoda.

The new branch openings complement the already existing seven year oldJaffna Branch and thus increases the Bank’s presence in the North.

Seylan being the pioneer in introducing extended banking hours on weekdays and Saturday banking, will offer the same service to the newly opened branches as well. The ATM facility enabling 24-hour access to accounts will also be offered to customers in the North.

Seylan Bank’s banking centres in Ampara, Samanthurai, Vavuniya, Jaffna, Trincomalee, Baticaloa and Kattankudy were directly affected by the war. With the war end, the Bank was involved in providing mobile banking services to .D.P. camps. Inward remittances and pawning services have recorded a substantial growth since then with all products recording overall positive growth.

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