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HNB rewards bank staff at glittering Stars Night 2018


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Celebrating another year of remarkable growth, Sri Lanka’s premier retail sector bank, HNB PLC hosted ‘Stars Night 2018’, a glamorous awards ceremony to recognize exceptional performances by its Retail and SME sales teams for the past year. A total of 348 awards, were presented to branches, region offices and individual staff members who achieved or surpassed individual targets, branch level targets and regional targets during the year 2017. The large number of awards on offer accurately reflected the contribution of all staff members towards the impressive performance of the Bank in 2017. The Chief Guest, Managing Director / CEO Mr. Jonathan Alles along with members of corporate management were on hand to give away the awards to the star performers.


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