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HNB signs MoU with Micro Cars to offer customers exclusive leasing packages

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From left: Micro Cars, Product Manager – Geely & BAIC Udesh Bambarenda, Micro Cars Head of Sales – MGk Prasad Malalasekara, Micro Cars Chief Financial Officer Clifford William, Micro Cars Director Marketing Ruvindhu Gunarathne, HNB Head of Personal Financial Services Kanchana Karunagama, HNB Senior Manager, Leasing Nalin Dissanayake, HNB Assistant Manager – Leasing Roshan De Silva and HNB Leasing Executive – Business Development Mahesh Ratnayake


  • Special deals on Micro Panda, BAIC, and MG SUV vehicles

Sri Lanka’s premier financial solutions provider HNB PLC, 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 MG SUVs. HNB Head of PFS Kanchana Karunagama and Micro Cars Ltd. Director – Marketing Ruvindhu Gunaratne signed the MoU on behalf of both organisations.

Addressing the gathering, HNB Senior Manager – Leasing Nalin Dissanyake 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 customers will be granted special price discounts for Micro Panda AMT, BAIC X25, D20, SsangYong Tivoli & MG ZS respectively.

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

Speaking at the event, 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 allows us to make the Micro product portfolio more attractive to customers.”

Operating across 251 Customer Centres island-wide HNB today stands as Sri Lanka’s largest, most successful and most innovative private sector commercial bank. The bank continues to win local and international accolades in recognition of its outstanding efforts in building a new paradigm of digitally empowered banking in Sri Lanka.

Since making its first appearance on the prestigious Banker Magazine’s list of Top 1,000 banks, HNB has today soared the top of the list among Sri Lankan banks in addition to being recognised as Bank of the Year 2018 and being awarded Best Retail Bank in Sri Lanka for the 10th time at the Asian Banker Awards. HNB also stands as the first local Bank in Sri Lanka to receive an international rating on par with the sovereign from Moody’s Investor Services while maintaining a national long term rating of AA - (lka) from Fitch Ratings Lanka Ltd.

Micro Cars Limited inaugurated in 1995 as truly a home-grown automobile manufacturer. It has grown from strength to strength over the last two decades. Today it has become one of the significant players in the Sri Lankan automobile industry. Having diversified into a group of companies with Transmec International, Micro Construction, Fujitec Lanka, Superlative Properties and EuroSports Auto (Franchisee of Lamborghini and many other luxury automobile brands), provided more than one thousand employment opportunities. Micro Cars operate from 11 branches and 48 after sales service centres island-wide.

Further information about offerings can be obtained from HNB Customer Centres and Micro Cars showrooms island-wide or contact on 0777669494 Micro Cars.


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