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Commercial Leasing and Finance PLC relocates Embilipitiya branch enhancing services


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Commercial Leasing and Finance PLC (CLC) ensures its commitment towards its customers by continuously delivering their finest services more comprehensively through every step forward. Validating their brand promises, CLC Embilipitiya branch was relocated recently, renewing its profound relationships with its customers yet again.

The relocated branch was ceremonially declared open by CLC Director/CEO Krishan Thilakaratne at the metropolitan location of No. 26, Pallegama, Embilipitiya.

The new branch is supplemented by enhanced technology and expertise of the staff members catering to enrich the lives of its residence by providing bespoke financial solutions such as Leasing, Factoring, Fixed Deposits, Savings, Islamic Finance, Microfinance, Flexi cash coupled with the convenience of internet banking – CLC online and the island-wide ATM network.

The newest location allows the prevailing CLC clientele to be benefit from the customised services and attracts the potential investors within the Embilipitiya geographical boundaries to access their financial aspirations with much ease.

 


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