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Pan Asia Bank relocates its Negombo branch


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Pan Asia Bank ceremonially opened its Negombo branch at its new location on 27 August at No. 199, St. Joseph’s Street, Negombo.

Pan Asia Bank Deputy General Manager – Branch Credit Naleen Edirisinghe was the Chief Guest at the opening. The senior management of the bank, members of the business community and customers in the area were among the other distinguished guests.  

Speaking at the opening ceremony, Edirisinghe stated that Pan Asia Bank was extremely happy that it was able relocate Negombo branch to a much spacious and convenient location for the benefit of its valued customers to offer fast and innovative banking solutions that are based on understanding true customer requirements. Pan Asia Bank, known for its innovative banking products and services, has consistently introduced novel banking products to the local market such as Daskam Children’s Savings account which offers an additional 10% deposit on top of each and every deposit with an enhanced interest of 8% and Champion Saver Savings Account which offers up to 8% interest p.a. on savings deposits.  The bank also offers among an array of other products including leasing facilities, credit cards and ‘Sammana,’ an attractive guarantor free personal loan facility up to Rs. 2,000,000 offered to retired Government servants and CBSL pensioners.

Saman Fernando heads the Pan Asia Bank Negombo branch. The branch will be open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekdays and from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturdays.


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