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Seylan partners with Browns Hospitals to reward newborn babies with Tikiri gifts

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Seylan Bank Head of Marketing and Sales Gamika De Silva exchanging the MoU with Browns Hospitals Chief Operations Officer Charitha Jayasinghe (centre) flanked by representatives of Seylan Bank (left) 

and Browns Hospitals


Seylan Tikiri joined hands with Browns Hospitals to further enhance its value proposition by offering every new born baby with a Tikiri voucher worth Rs. 1,000. 

The parent or guardian can utilise the voucher to open a Tikiri Account at any of the Seylan branches located island wide within six months from the date of issue. Upon opening a Seylan Tikiri account, accountholders are automatically entitled to avail the complete range of Tikiri gifts offered through its seasonal and regular product schemes as their account balance grows. 

Seylan Tikiri was the first minor savings product to introduce a gift scheme and has evolved over the years with innovative and attracting propositions to reward the younger generation with valuable gifts whilst encouraging them 

to improve the habit of saving. 

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