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DFCC Bank signs MOU with Senok Commercial Vehicles


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From left: DFCC Bank VP (General Legal) Samathri Kariyawasam, DFCC Bank Executive Director/ Deputy Chief Executive Officer Thimal Perera, DFCC Bank SVP (Consumer Banking) Gillian Edwards, Senok Managing Director Jerad Fernando, Senok Director Kumar Mendis, VECV Lanka Country Head Sandeep Sharma 

DFCC Bank, a fully fledged, dynamic commercial and development bank in Sri Lanka, recently entered into an MOU with Senok Commercial Vehicles Ltd. on 2 July, for a period of six months. Graced by members of the senior management of both institutions, the MOU solidified DFCC’s collaboration and partnership with Senok Commercial Vehicles, resulting in offering many vehicle leasing benefits to its customers.

With a firm reputation for expertise and customer orientation within the industry, DFCC Bank has been at the forefront of developing and uplifting entrepreneurs and businesses, which has led to advancing economic growth in the country. DFCC’s recent alliance with Senok further expands its existing product portfolio, enabling the bank to offer an array of benefits to its consumers who require stress-free leasing procedures.

With this MOU agreement, customers are able to enjoy many benefits, offered by Senok,  such as special price discounts with a minimum of Rs. 50,000 for Eicher commercial vehicles and buses, Unique warranty over the vehicles,  free vehicle registration,  and three full free vehicle services with materials. 

Adding to these benefits, DFCC offers special interest rate reduction of 0.5%, customers’ ability to pay discounted motor insurance premiums on a 12-month instalment basis with 0% interest, and also the customers are entitled to obtain DFCC credit cards without having to pay a joining fee and first year annual fee.

Senok Commercial Vehicles Ltd. is the authorized distributor of Volvo Eicher commercial vehicles in Sri Lanka. The organization also engages in promoting, marketing and upholding a variety of construction machinery, and heavy duty and commercial vehicles imported under renowned brand names.


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