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Commercial Leasing & Finance Gampola branch now in new location


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CLC DGM (Branch Network) Prasanna Karandagolla and Gampola Urban Council Chairman Samantha Aruna Kumara opening the new branch. CLC Gampola Branch Manager is also seen

The Gampola branch of Commercial Leasing & Finance PLC (CLC), recently relocated to a new building at No: 180A, Kandy Road, Gampola with the objective of providing more convenient and efficient service to its customers. 

Commencing operations in December 2014 as a fully-fledged branch offering leasing, loans, time deposit acceptance and Islamic banking services, the Gampola branch won the Best Performance Branch Award in 2019 (Category B), demonstrating the success of the branch within a short period of operations. 

“We have been able to provide a wide range of facilities to our customers by moving into a new branch building. For instance, introducing the new gold loan service and offering the convenience of ample parking space are some of the outstanding benefits offered to the people in the area,” explained CLC Gampola Branch Manager Asela Wijekoon. 


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