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HNB affirms their resolution of ‘serving you better’ as they commence the New Year

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HNB commenced its banking activities for 2019 with a firm resolution to embrace its ethos of commitment, teamwork, excellence in work and leading with courage.

A multi-religious ceremony also took place at the Bank’s Head Office under the auspices of Managing Director and Chief Executive, Jonathan Alles along with the Bank’s leadership, corporate and executive management and staff, all of whom committed to the resolution as one strong team. Similar observances were held at all the branches in the Bank’s network. Religious blessings in the Buddhist, Hindu, Christian and Muslim faiths were observed by employees, followed by traditional New Year observances. In his New Year address, Alles thanked the Bank’s staff for their significant contribution and dedication in the past year, while wishing all a prosperous and peaceful 2019

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