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HNB banking partner for ‘The Clairvoyants’ presented by Cinnamon Life

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The Clairvoyants, Amélie and Thommy of Austria

Hatton National Bank has teamed up with Cinnamon Life as the official banking partner for the magic and mentalism performance by the Austrian duo ‘The Clairvoyants’, to be held on 4 April at Nelum Pokuna Mahinda Rajapaksa theatre.

HNB will offer a discount of 10% for tickets purchased using select HNB credit cards namely Visa Platinum, Visa Signature, Visa Infinite, MasterCard World and MasterCard Business.

HNB Deputy General Manager – Retail Banking Sanjay Wijemanne commenting on the partnership said, “We are happy to support Cinnamon Life in bringing the world- renowned mentalist duo, The Clairvoyants, to Colombo. As a key partner of the event, we see our role here as an effort to facilitate outstanding entertainment in Colombo and we’d like to thank Cinnamon Life for giving us the opportunity.”

The Clairvoyants, Amélie and Thommy of Austria have earned a number of eminent awards, titles and nominations to their name. In 2015, they were named ‘German Champions of Mentalism’, ‘Magicians of the Year’ and ‘World Champions of Mentalism’ – a prize that hadn’t been awarded in 30 years. Recently, the Clairvoyants made a grand appearance at America’s Got Talent. Their shows have sold out around the world, and the Austrian duo has left audiences mesmerised and puzzled by their novel tricks and illusions.

The Clairvoyants will be presented by Cinnamon Life as part of the brand’s ongoing effort to bring the best performances, experiences and shows in the world to the city.

Operating through 251 customer centres across the country, HNB was recognised by the prestigious Banker Magazine as one of the Top 1000 banks in the world and is also the highest ranked local bank in this listing. Over the recent past, HNB has also been adjudged Best Retail Bank 2018 by The Asian Banker Magazine in addition to being declared Best SME Bank, Best Digital Bank and the Best Cash Management Bank in Sri Lanka at the Asiamoney Awards2018.

Over the recent past HNB was also named by Euromoney as the Best Corporate Cash Management Bank in Sri Lanka for 2018, in addition to being awarded Best Retail Bank and Best Micro Finance Bank at the International Finance Awards 2018 and being ranked among the Most Admired Companies in Sri Lanka by the International Chamber of Commerce and Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA).

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