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Amãna Bank Self Banking Centre now in Kalubowila


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Amãna Bank Head of Corporate/FCBU – Western Region Rajendra Jayasinghe opening the Kalubowila Self Banking Centre along with bank staff and customers


 

Amãna Bank recently opened its 18th Self Banking Centre at Kalubowila to further its reach and facilitate its customers with around the clock real-time cash deposits. The new Self Banking Centre, located at No. 108, Kalubowila Road was opened by the bank’s Head of Corporate/FCBU – Western Region Rajendra Jayasinghe along with the customers and staff of the bank.

Commenting on the expansion, Jayasinghe said: “We are happy to open our 18th Self Banking Centre in Kalubowila, thereby providing greater reach and access to our valued customers in the vicinity.” 

Amãna Bank Head of Corporate/FCBU – Western Region Rajendra Jayasinghe using the Kalubowila Self Banking Centre Cash Deposit Machine

Amãna Bank is the country’s first and only Licensed Commercial Bank to operate in complete harmony with the globally growing non-interest based people friendly banking model. With the mission of ‘Enabling Growth and Enriching Lives,’ the bank reaches out to its customers through a growing network  of branches and self-banking centres spread across the country while having access to 4,000+ ATMs for withdrawals and 700+ Pay&Go kiosks for deposits. 

Customers can also benefit from an array of customer conveniences such as internet and mobile banking, debit card with SMS alerts, online account opening, 365 day banking, Saturday banking, extended banking hours, 24x7 cash deposit machines and banking units exclusively for ladies.

 


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