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Cargills Bank expands ‘Digizone’ network for greater customer convenience

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From left: Cargills Bank Deputy General Manager Retail Banking Darshana Ratnayake, Head of Retail Banking Buddhika Perera and Cargills Foods Company Area Manager Samantha Liyanaarachchi


From left: Cargills Foods Company Assistant Area Manageress S. Nilanthi Dhammika and Cargills Bank Head of Retail Banking Buddhika Perera 


From left: Cargills Bank Marketing Manager Renuka Hettiarachchi, Cargills Foods Company Branch Manager (Kandana) Prasanna Fernando, Head of Retail Banking Buddhika Perera and Cargills Bank Deputy General Manager Retail Banking Darshana Ratnayake 

Cargills Bank, a growing digitally driven financial entity reiterated its commitment to true digitisation of banking with the opening of three new Digizones in Colombo. 

The state-of-the-art digital banking unit was set up to provide customers with a unique experience of solutions offered by the bank. 

The opening of new units at Maharagama, Rajagiriya and Kandana gradually increases the network to five locations with Colombo 4 and Thanamalvila being the other two. The Maharagama, Rajagiriya and Kandana Digizones were declared open by Area Manager Samantha Liyanaarachchi and Branch Manager Ranjani Shyama Davis, Assistant Area Manageress S. Nilanthi Dhammika and Branch Manager Prasanna Fernando, of Cargills Food City accordingly. The units were opened in the presence of Deputy General Manager Retail Banking Darshana Ratnayake, Head of Retail Banking Buddhika Perera, Marketing Manager Renuka Hettiarachchi, Branch Manager Maharagama Sajeevani Udugama and Branch Manager Rajagiriya Eranga Silva of Cargills Bank. 

The Maharagama Digizone is located at Cargills Food City, No. 75, Dehiwala Road Maharagama. The Ragagiriya Digizone is located at Cargills Food City, No. 395, Sri Jayawardenapura Mawatha, Welikada, Rajagiriya and Kandana Digizone is located at Cargills Food City, No. 39/1, Negombo Road, Kandana. 

Commenting on the opening of Digizones, Cargills Bank Deputy General Manager, Retail Banking Darshana Ratnayake said, “We are pleased to open our new Digizones in fast developing townships of the Western Province. Our ‘Digizone’ is unique in design and concept and comes with refinement of digital banking services available to the public 24 x 7. The unit is equipped with a Deposit KIOSK, ATM and a Cheque Deposit machine allowing customers to make cash deposits which credit funds instantly, withdraw funds, transfer funds , make cheques deposits and request online for an account.  The deposit service is also available to pay other bank credit cards making it a key attribute. We plan to expand the network into more locations during this year.”

“We are proud to once again support the digitisation of banking in Sri Lanka. Customers will be able to transact common banking transactions at one place and is all about making life simple and convenient,” he further added. 

‘Cargills’ is a brand that has been faithfully serving Sri Lankans for 175 years, built on a foundation of values and ethics. True to this heritage, Cargills Bank is taking banking to the masses by being inclusive and accessible. The amazing Cargills Cash Savings Account is available at over 370 Cargills Food City outlets, allowing you to do grocery shopping and banking at the same place at your convenience. 

Cargills Bank’s Head Office is in Colpetty, with branches at Maitland Crescent, Maharagama, Old Moor Street, Wattala, Rajagiriya, Kandy, Peradeniya, Nuwara Eliya, Ratnapura, Thanamalwila, Matara, Galle, Kurunegala, Chilaw, Kaduruwela, Vavuniya, Chunnakam and Jaffna.

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