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Lankaputhra Development Bank felicitates employees to mark 12th anniversary

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Lankaputhra Development Bank celebrated its 12th anniversary on 27 June. 

Along with the celebrations, the bank organised a staff felicitation and awarded employees who have worked for more than 10 years at the bank. The awards night was held on 7 July at Solis Hotel, Kotte.

This event was held under the patronage of Lankaputhra Development Bank Chairman Attorney-at-Law Sujith Kariyawasam. The Working Director of the bank Tuan Riza Hameet, Board Member Udakara Dalugoda, Acting General Manager/CEO Ranjith Dissanayake and senior management as well as all staff members from branches in Hambantota, Batticaloa, Trincomalee, Polonnaruwa, Kandy, Kegalle, Wennappuwa and Colombo participated in the event.

Employees appreciated the event and stated that they had been encouraged by the bank’s appreciation.

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