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Bank of Ceylon hails top branches


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The Bank of Ceylon recognised its highest performing branches of 2017 at a glamorous event at Stein Studios, Ratmalana recently. The outstanding performers were recognised and awarded at this event. Branches were recognised under National level and Provincial level special segments and for 5S implementation for productivity enhancement. The Buttala Branch was selected as the Best Performing Branch of Year 2017 followed by Deniyaya in 2nd place and Regent Street Branch in 3rd place. With regard to 5S implementation, from the entire branch network, BOC Peradeniya was selected as the best among Super Grade branches, followed by Polonnaruwa New Town selected as the best among A and B grade branches and Aralaganwila selected the best among C grade branches. The event took place with the participation of Chairman President’s Counsel Ronald C. Perera, CEO/General Manager, members of the corporate and executive management and other bank officials


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