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ComBank opens Automated Banking Centre at One Galle Face mall

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The Automated Banking Centre was declared open (top right) by Commercial Bank Managing Director S. Renganathan, Chief Operating Officer Sanath Manatunge and Deputy General Manager – Personal Banking Sandra Walgama and other officials during the formal opening of the mall last week


The Commercial Bank of Ceylon has commissioned a state-of-the-art Automated Banking Centre (ABC) at the One Galle Face mall, offering visitors 24-hour access to the bank’s services. 

Conveniently located on the ground floor at Beira Lake entrance to the mall, The Centre comprises of an Automated Teller Machine (ATM), a Cash Recycler Machine (CRM), an Automated Cheque Deposit Machine and a Digital Panel that provides a link to the bank’s digital banking services, offering the utmost convenience to customers by facilitating easy access to cash as well as by enabling day-to-day banking transactions at the latest shopping destination in Sri Lanka.  


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