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LOLC Finance expands reach with inauguration of Moratuwa branch

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LOLC Finance Chief Operating Officer Montini Warnakula ceremonially opens the LOLC Finance branch in Moratuwa 


Renowned for offering Sri Lanka’s pioneer portfolio of financing solutions coupled with cutting edge technology in enhancing customer convenience, LOLC Finance PLC has become a beacon of empowerment for the masses, reaching out to grassroot level entrepreneurs, the SME sector and high-level corporate executives. Now, Sri Lanka’s largest non-banking financial institution, LOLC Finance has further expanded its reach to serve the nation with its newest branch opening in Moratuwa, located at No. 256, Galle Road, Idama, Moratuwa.

LOLC Finance PLC Chief Operating Officer Montini Warnakula graced this momentous occasion as the Chief Guest. 

The new branch is situated in a convenient location just a few minutes away from the main town area. Comprising of 18 sub divisions, Moratuwa is known as Sri Lanka’s third most populated city. Situated on the south-western coast of Sri Lanka, Moratuwa is most famous for the manufacturing of all types of furniture. 

Speaking at the event, LOLC Finance PLC Chief Operating Officer Montini Warnakula said, “The opening of LOLC Finance’s latest branch in Moratuwa is indeed a strategic one since it is a large suburb of the Colombo city which is economically vibrant and active. LOLC Finance’s strategic footprint has served to reach a vast network of customer base throughout the country. 

The company is well established in the hearts of the people because we go to where they are, to provide them with ease of accessibility and a wide range of bespoke financial solutions best suited to fit their financial needs.” 

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