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Bank of Ceylon Unawatuna branch shifts to new location


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The Bank of Ceylon’s Unawatuna branch relocated at its new premises recently with the participation of Minister of Lands and Parliamentary Reforms Gayantha Karunathilaka and Minister of Home Affairs Vajira Abeywardena recently at a strategic location with added convenience for its customers. Bank of Ceylon Chairman President’s Counsel Ronald C. Perera, General Manager Senarath Bandara, Assistant General Manager – Southern Province D.R.C.S. Udayakumari, members of the Bank’s Corporate and Executive management, Unawatuna Branch Manager H.M.V.K. Herath and staff, and well-wishers attended the ceremony. 

Newly opened BOC Unawatuna branch will offer a wide array of banking services to its customers such as current and local or foreign currency savings/fixed deposit accounts, children’s and senior citizen’s savings accounts and saving plans, housing and personal loans, special loans schemes such as education loans, Leasing and pawning facilities. Customers can also avail themselves for Debit or Credit cards, Micro and SME financing and international money transfer/remittances services. BOC Unawatuna branch has the 24 hour self-serving ‘SmartZone’ that includes an ATM and CDM so customers have the freedom to transact at their convenience anytime of the day. The Bank invites all residents of the area to experience superior banking services at these branches.  

Bringing in the digital aspect of banking to every nook and corner in the country the Bank is in the process of strategically spreading its technology to all its branches. This branch too is connected to the rest of the 627 branches through a centralised network thus allowing customers to transact real-time with any of the branches in the network spread across the country. 


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