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Union Bank honours top performers at Retail and SME Banking Awards 2018

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The outstanding achievers of the Retail and SME segments of Union Bank were felicitated at the inaugural Union Bank Retail and SME Banking Awards ceremony held at the Galle Face Hotel on 7 April under the theme ‘Winning is our Goal’. 

The bank’s top-performing branches and sales staff were felicitated at the event for their outstanding contributions and commitment towards the Retail and SME banking growth of the bank in 2017. 

The best sales individuals and branches across 34 categories were recognised at the event which also featured dinner and fellowship. Union Bank Director/CEO Indrajit Wickramsinghe and members of the bank’s key management were present at the event. 

Union Bank Director/CEO Indrajit Wickramsinghe, making his keynote address at the event, congratulated the winners stating: “This is another key initiative by the bank to recognise and encourage outstanding performances by our staff members. Today the bank is at an important juncture of its growth trajectory with a new three-year strategic plan for accelerated growth. I invite all staff members to be a part of this growth as we remain committed to building thriving careers along with the success of the bank in the years ahead.”  Some of the most prestigious awards that were handed out at the ceremony were the awards for Best Elite Banking Relationship Manager of the Year, Best Sales Achiever - Central Sales, Best Team Leader - Liability Sales, Best Team Leader - Asset Sales, Best Collection Agent of the Year, Best Sales Achiever - Zone Wise, Best Branch – Zone Wise and the Best Branch of the Year 2017. 

The Best Branch Awards for Zone I, Zone II, Zone III and Zone IV were awarded to the head office branch, Chilaw branch, Galle branch and Mannar branch respectively. The most coveted award for the Best Branch of the Year 2017 was awarded to the head office branch. 


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