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HNB Grameen Finance and Micro Cars MoU offers leasing packages for Micro Panda, BAIC, MG SUV

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For Micro Cars from left: Borella branch Manager Amila Palliyaguru, Marketing and Media Manager Thushara Wanasinghe, Yutong Asst. Manager Sanath Senadeera, MG Product Manager Prasad Malalasekara, General Manager Dhammika Gunawardana, Director -Marketing Ruvindhu Gunaratne For HNB Grameen Finance, from left: MD/CEO B. M. D. C. Prabath, DGM - SME and Leasing R.M.P. Dayawansa, Chief Manager - Corporate Leasing and Business Development A. H. M. Aziz, Senior Manager - Leasing Rangana Shamil, Senior Manager - Legal Chamara Mallawarachchi, Senior Manager - Marketing Udara Gunasinghe, Asst. Manager - Business Development Lakmal Wijayagunaratn



HNB Grameen Finance Ltd., Sri Lanka’s premier leasing solutions provider, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Micro Cars Ltd. to offer exclusive leasing packages with lowest interest rates for customers who intend to buy Micro Panda, BAIC Vehicles, SsangYong and MG SUVs. HNB Grameen Managing Director/CEOB.M.D.C. Prabath and Micro Cars Ltd. Director Marketing Ruvindhu Gunaratne signed the MoU on behalf of both organisations. 

While addressing the gathering, Prabhath said: “This partnership with Micro Cars will enable us to provide numerous benefits to our customers. As of late, we have seen a steady rise in the number of customers who wish to buy Micro products and hereafter we can offer them tailored leasing packages in addition to other benefits.”

HNB Grameen Customers will be granted special price discounts as well as Free RMV registration for Selected Micro products.

HNB Grameen Finance Ltd. also offers their customers the option of choosing either structured or residual leasing facility which will suitable for their budget. Minimal documentation, personalised one day service, doorstep assistance, and discounted vehicle insurance premiums are some of the added benefits that customers will be awarded as a result of this partnership. 

Speaking at the event, Ruvindu Gunaratne said, “We are pleased that we could offer affordable leasing solutions along with a host of other benefits as a result of this partnership. Essentially, our agreement with HNB Grameen allows us to make the Micro product portfolio more attractive to customers.”

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