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Seylan Bank unveils new ATM at One Galle Face


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The bank with a heart, Seylan Bank, celebrated the opening of their new offsite ATM alongside the inauguration of the Shangri-La- One Galle Face Mall, Colombo’s newest iconic location. Declared open on 8 November, One Galle Face Mall will function as a shopping hub with a number of local and international lifestyle brands catering to both tourists and locals. Located within the premises of the mall, the ATM will provide 24/7, 365 days transactional convenience to enhance customer experience. 

The ATM accepts all Visa, Mastercard and China UnionPay (CUP) Cards via LankaPay network, thereby offering a segment of tourists visiting the country as well as locals to obtain easy access to their funds through a hassle-free process, thus ensuring flexibility and convenience throughout their shopping experience. Seylan Bank Director/ Chief Executive Officer Kapila Ariyaratne graced the occasion, declaring the ATM open. With a growing purpose towards expanding their ATM network and their journey into digitisation, Seylan Bank aims to maintain their presence as a bank which offers the ultimate customer experience with 172 branches island-wide and a growing network of 215 ATMs.


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