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Seylan Bank opens 2 new branches in Aluthgama and Wariyapola


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Seylan Bank opened two new branches in Aluthgama and Wariyapola area with state-of-the-art technology to provide fast and hassle-free banking experience.

Aluthgama branch is located at No. 295 A, Senaro Building, Galle Road, Aluthgama while the Wariyapola branch can be accessed at No. 105, Kurunegala Road, Wariyapola. These branches are fitted with latest banking equipment and will be open to customers on weekdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Further, the branches will also cater customers with automated facilities, thus facilitating the day-to-day businesses of the people in these areas with ease and convenience.

The two branches were ceremoniously opened by the bank’s top management. With the openings, the total number of branches of Seylan Bank has increased to 167 with an increase in the ATM network of 205 covering crucial locations. 

 


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