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109 ComBank staff honoured for 25 years of service

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The felicitated staff with Commercial Bank Chairman, Managing Director, Chief Operating Officer, members of the Board and corporate management

The Commercial Bank of Ceylon recently honoured 109 employees for 25 years of loyal service at the 2018 edition of the Bank’s annual Seniority Awards ceremony.

Themed ‘Celebrating 25 years of shared prosperity and achievement’, the gala at the Cinnamon Grand hotel was attended by Commercial Bank Chairman Dharma Dheerasinghe as Chief Guest, the Bank’s Managing Director/CEO S. Renganathan, members of the Board of Directors, and members of the Bank’s corporate and senior management.

Each employee was recognised with a valuable gift and a certificate in appreciation of his or her service. Many of the recipients of these long service awards were school leavers when they joined the Bank in 1993, and now hold key positions in various departments and branches. Members of the families of felicitated staff were invited to the celebrations that followed the ceremony.

Addressing the event, Commercial Bank Chairman Dharma Dheerasinghe commented on how an organisation and its employees can create mutual value in a long term employment and commended the employees for their loyal service. Lauding the employees for their exemplary service, the Bank’s Managing Director S. Renganathan also thanked the families of all staff members for supporting their loved ones to achieve this monumental feat.

The only Sri Lankan Bank to be ranked among the world’s top 1000 banks for eight years consecutively, Commercial Bank operates a network of 263 branches and 800 ATMs in Sri Lanka. The Bank has won more than 30 international and local awards in 2016 and 2017 and 20 international awards in the first eight months of 2018.


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