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Seylan Bank kicks off new school year with ‘Tikiri New School Term Promo’


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The dawn of a new year brings new hope and new start for people, especially for children who expect novel gifts from family and relatives to pursue their aspirations. Understanding these needs, the bank with a heart has come forward for the fifth consecutive year to enthral Tikiri accountholders with an array of exciting gifts, who are starting the new academic year in 2019.  

With the Tikiri New School Term Promo, new and existing Tikiri accountholders will receive a stationary pack comprising a set of platignum pens, watercolours and other important stationary items in an attractive pouch for deposits of Rs. 3,500. Following the overwhelming success of previous promotions, this year, the bank has extended the age criteria, enabling Montessori and Grade 1-5 children to take part in this exciting promo and win many gifts such as water bottles, mugs, and school bags in addition to the special stationery pack. 

“The beginning of a new year is an exciting time for kids, parents, even teachers as they get ready to head back to school,” said Seylan Bank PLC Head of Marketing and Sales Gamika De Silva. 

“As the leading minor savings account, Seylan Tikiri has always focused on introducing novel propositions, which has not only infused the habit of savings among Children but also empower them to build financial security as they grow and advance in their educational career. With this year’s Tikiri New School Term Promo, we are enabling Tikiri accountholders to further enhance their academic skills and make their academic year more colourful. With a strong focus to enable every Tikiri child to achieve their fullest potential through holistic financial and entrepreneurial development with a focus on education and life skills, Seylan Tikiri continues to evolve with pioneering initiatives and elevate the benchmark for minor savings segment to new heights.”

Tikiri children can also become eligible to receive definite gifts such as bicycles, remote-controlled helicopters, scooters, LED TVs and many more gifts by simply maintaining the required balance in an existing Tikiri account or by opening a new Tikiri account that meets the eligibility criteria. 

As the brand which has been in the market for more than 27 years, Seylan Tikiri continues to transform the minor savings category in an effort to extend its maximum value addition to children and their families.

‘Seylan Tikiri’ has become the most sought-after children’s savings account due to the generous gifts it offers along with other numerous benefits including educational, entrepreneurial, and entertainment oriented event and projects in response to the evolving aspirations of both parents and children.


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