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BOC Leasing and Motor Vehicle Carnival comes to Gatambe MC Grounds

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Bank of Ceylon (BOC) has organised its unique ‘Leasing Pola’, a leasing promotion campaign on the Gatambe MC Grounds – Central Province from 1 to 2 March. This will be held together with motor vehicle companies such as TATA, DIMO, AMW, DPMC and United Motors, vehicle importers such as OJT, NIKOBA and Indra Traders, insurance companies and vehicle modification and service centre agents in the region.  Organisers have also planned food stalls and play area for children as to serve those who would be visiting the Gatambe MC Grounds on these days. 

BOC offers one of the best competitive rates in the market for leasing and this comes with a most flexible rental scheme that suits the customer purchasing motor vehicles ranging from cars to heavy vehicles. Also, flexi-rental payments can be decided on a case-by-case basis to fit the repayment capacity of the customer. Customers could plan their future expenses and discuss the repayment plan with the bank officials. 

Since BOC understands customer requirements well, the bank officials will formulate the best repayment plan based on the monthly income of the customer. There is a specially designed BOC lease facility available for professionals with extended privileges. The uniqueness of the bank’s leasing facility is that it does not include hidden charges for the customers and the facility can be obtained within a few hours provided all necessary documents are in order.  The repayment can be made through any of the 631 branches and 293 CDM/CRMs spread across the country or digital banking facilities such as ‘Smart Online Banking’ and ‘B-APP’ mobile banking.

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