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Pan Asia Bank ceremonially opened its 67th Branch in Kekirawa on 23 February at No. 91, 93 Main Street, Kekirawa.
The Chief Guest at the occasion A.G. Weerasinghe, Chairman of Pan Asia Bank declared the new branch open along with Guest of Honor Chief Executive Officer of Pan Asia Bank Claude Peiris.
Provincial Councilor North Central hon. Weerasena Gamage, customers in the area, other distinguished guests, and well-wishers also graced the occasion. Kekirawa branch would be the latest addition to the branch network of Pan Asia Bank in the North Central Province. The bank already boasts of two branches in the area namely Anuradhapura and Kaduruwela.
Sudaraka Perera heads Pan Asia Bank Kekirawa branch.
The branch will be open from 9a.m. to 4p.m. on weekdays and from 9a.m. to 1p.m. on Saturdays.
Pan Asia Bank has been in operation for 17 years and offers a full range of retail, SME and business banking products and services. Pan Asia Bank, which is one of the fastest growing banks in the industry opened 23 branches in 2011 and expects to extend its branch network to 100 branches by the end of 2012.
Pan Asia Bank possesses an array of novel banking products including Champion Saver Savings Account, which offers 8% interest p.a., Prime Banking to experience a new level of banking excellence, three unique Minor Saving Accounts, Nivasa Home Loans, Leasing Facility, and higher interest rate for Fixed Deposits with interest rates up to 15% p.a.
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