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Nations Trust Bank honours employees in style


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In celebration of Nations Trust Bank’s 19th anniversary, the bank hosted a special ceremony at Hilton Colombo Residences under the theme ‘Milestones – In Appreciation of Great Journeys’ to honour staff members who have been with the bank for over 15 years.

Each member was presented with a valuable token of appreciation. The event was graced by the bank’s Chairman Krishan Balendran and members of the Nations Trust Bank Corporate Management team including Director/CEO Renuka Fernando. 

Speaking about the event, Nations Trust Bank Human Resources Executive Vice President Ramanika Unamboowe said: “Many of those who were honoured have been a part of the Nations family from the very early days. Over the last 19 years, we have grown into a formidable force in Sri Lanka’s banking sector, pioneering many firsts. Nations Trust has introduced revolutionary concepts to Sri Lanka such as extended banking hours and more recently FriMi, Sri Lanka’s first digital bank and Open API Banking. All of our great achievements and the growth projections are purely a result of the sheer hard work, commitment, dedication and loyalty that our members displayed over the course of almost two decades. Therefore, we are honoured to celebrate and appreciate their great journeys with the longstanding employees who have built successful careers at Nations Trust Bank and grown to become respected and recognised personalities in Sri Lanka’s banking sector. Staff members who have been with Nations Trust Bank from 10-14 years were also honoured during the month of their 19th anniversary.


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