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HNB relocates to upgraded Customer Centre in Kollupitiya


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Continuing its rapid growth momentum in the New Year, HNB, Sri Lanka’s premier private sector commercial bank, announced the opening of its newly relocated Customer Centre at No. 324 Galle Road, Colombo 3. Planned at being a future-ready branch, the newly-opened customer center is designed to be capable of greater integration with HNB’s on-going ramping up of cutting edge technology-led services.  The new branch was ceremonially declared open by HNB Managing Director/CEO and Chief Guest at the event, Jonathan Alles. Addressing a gathering of dignitaries and valued customers he said: “We are very pleased to have the opportunity to join you today as HNB continues its forward march to the pinnacle of Sri Lanka’s banking industry. In this journey, we have been able to acquire many valuable competitive advantages. Today, we have expanded to every part of the country and now operate across 251 branches in every province. We are confident that the combined value of HNB’s continued focus on superior service delivery and our proven ability to adopt latest technological innovations will serve us in good stead on journey forward.”61


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