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Pan Asia Bank holds Bhakthi Gee in commemoration of Poson Poya


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Pan Asia Bank conducted a ‘Poson Bathi Gee Saraniya’ this year as the bank marks the Poson Poya staying true to its real spirit of embracing the values that are near and dear to our country.

The Bathi Gee Saraniya which was presented by the very own staff of Pan Asia Bank was held this time for the eighth consecutive year became an attraction to the large number of passersby near the bank’s head office in Kollupitiya.

Over 30 staff members were trained by the popular musician and a vocalist, Krishantha Erandaka leading up to the event which took place on 26 June evening while the Sri Lanka Broadcasting Corporation (SLBC) orchestra provided the music for the event. The event was organised by the Human Resources department of Pan Asia Bank.

Director/Chief Executive Officer Nimal Tillekeratna, Corporate and Senior Management, staff members and other invitees attended the event which was preceded by an Ice-Cream Dansela which was also organised by the bank.


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