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Siyapatha Finance relocates Nugegoda branch

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Opening of the new branch by Siyapatha Finance Director Dr. Dilanjan Soyza along with Siyapatha Finance Managing Director Ananda Senevirathne 

Siyapatha Finance Managing Director Ananda Senevirathne accepting the first transaction


Siyapatha Finance relocated its Nugegoda branch to No. 181 – 1/1 Stanley Thilakarathne Mawatha recently. The new location ensures easier access for customers while enabling the Siyapatha team with more opportunity to better serve them. 

Siyapatha Finance Directors Dr. Dilanjan Soysa, P. Sumith Cumaranatunga and Jayantha Harishchandra Gunawardena, along with Managing Director Ananda Seneviratne attended the opening ceremony amidst the presence of other distinguished guests and customers. The branch continues to offer all forms of services including leasing, business loans, personal loans, property mortgage loans, gold loans, factoring and fixed deposits. 

Speaking at the ceremony, Managing Director Ananda Seneviratne stated: “It is very important to us at Siyapatha Finance that a branch that serves a location like Nugegoda is spacious and convenient for our customers. This is one of the highly populated urban areas closer to the capital city. We are now confident and ready to serve them better.”

Siyapatha Finance is one of the leading financial organisations in Sri Lanka with a network of branches across the country. Fuelled by the drive to help communities achieve their business objectives, the organisation is dedicated towards continuous expansion, and has contributed to the development of small and medium entrepreneurial efforts and individual financial needs. It derives strength and security from being the largest fully-owned subsidiary of the Sampath bank Group.

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