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People’s Merchant Finance launches innovative personal loan scheme


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With over 35 years of experience, People’s Merchant Finance Plc offers its customers financial services that are tailor-made to their financial needs. As a subsidiary of People’s Bank Group, People’s Merchant Finance Plc is backed by the stability and security of the Government sector and powered by the efficient management of the private sector.

People’s Merchant Finance Plc has diversified its product range by introducing a well-designed, customer friendly personal loan scheme with a view to financing the customer’s every financial need. Anyone who earns a minimum salary of Rs. 15,000 is eligible to obtain loans under this scheme (variable and fixed allowances are considered). The company offers the customer a very competitive rate of interest and the loan is disbursed within two days. This product was launched in January 2018.


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