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NTB relocates Vavuniya branch to extend services


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From left: Chief Guest NTB Commercial Banking Senior Executive Vice President Hemantha Gunetilleke, Senior Vice President – Branch Network Sheahan Daniel, Executive Vice President – Human Resources Ramanika Unamboowe and Vavuniya Branch Senior Branch Manager Sajeev Theivendran 

 

Nations Trust Bank (NTB) unveiled its newly relocated branch in Vavuniya yesterday. The Vavuniya branch is now located at No. 45A, 2nd Cross Street, Vavuniya which was previously located at No. 222, Kandy Road, Vavuniya. The official opening ceremony was attended by customers, dignitaries and bank officials.  NTB is among the top 30 business establishments in Sri Lanka as ranked by Business Today Magazine, ably providing a host of financial products and services to a wide range of customers. Nations Trust is also the bank behind Sri Lanka’s first fully digital bank, FriMi. 


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