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RDB Gampaha branch moves to a better location


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Regional Development Bank (RDB), the premier and the fastest growing State-owned development bank in the island relocated its Gampaha branch to a new and modernised location on 11 June at No. 11, Colombo Road, Gampaha to provide better facilities to its customers.  

With the relocation of its branch, RDB renewed its genuine banking relationship with the individuals and the businessmen in the area, opening its doors to the aspiring entrepreneurs to benefit from the banks many customized financial facilities and advisory services all over the 365 days. Distributing of credit facilities and gift items of the highest achievers of children’s savings accounts were delivered with parallel to the event.

RDB Chairman Kasthuri Anuradhanayaka, Working Director Priyantha Abeysinghe, General Manager/CEO T.A. Ariyapala, Regional General Manager – Western W.S. Hewawasam, Assistant General Manager M.M.M.S. Ananda, District Manager Jayalath Amarasinghe, Gampaha Branch Manager L.M.D. Geetha Kumuduni Perera and staff of the RDB together with a large number of customers participated at the opening ceremony.


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