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Kanrich Finance Batticaloa branch relocated

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To serve its customers better and in its continuous attempts to deliver an ultra-modern and unique service experience, Kanrich Finance Batticaloa has been relocated to its ultra-modern premises at No. 439/441, Trincomalee Road, Batticaloa. 

These renovations and updates are carryout under the guidance and a conception put forward by Kanrich Finance Ltd. CEO Shiran Weerasinghe, who identified the necessitate to introduce modern and convenient appliances to all Kanrich branches located islandwide outside of Colombo and its suburbs. 

A total of 36 branches will be subjected to this transformational change with a fresh exposure and latest facilities in terms of creating a modern, luxurious service environment. 

As the 20th phase of this program Kanrich Finance Batticaloa Branch has been given a refurbishment and relocated at a more convenient location to secure the service offered by its staff to serve its valuable customers more efficiently and effectively.

This ceremonial opening was graced by CEO Weerasinghe, General Manager Eranda Amal Godage, Deputy General Manager Pradeep Basnayake and Zone Head Jagath Gamage. 

Speaking at the occasion of the new branch opening, Kanrich Finance Batticaloa Manager Sudath Senanayake stated that he and his dynamic team were ready to make every effort to serve their valued customers in the Batticaloa area better and make Kanrich Finance the leading financial service provider in town.

Kanrich Batticaloa branch with its client basic approach will extend its fullest support cooperatively work alongside the residents of Batticaloa in bringing their dreams closer to home. Vehicle leasing facilities, micro finance facilities for cottage industries and small holders and ‘Welanda Warama’ loan scheme for entrepreneurs are some of the services offered by Kanrich Batticaloa. Taking its services to another level and further establishing its long-standing reputation as a reliable and trusted financial service provider, Kanrich Batticaloa branch will also offer gold loan facilities to customers. 

As a licensed financial institute listed under the Central Bank of Sri Lanka, Kanrich Finance has repeatedly proven its market stronghold and trusted excellence.


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