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Latest revolution in leasing industry: ‘People’s Leasing Petrol Peraliya’


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PLC introduces pioneering promotional schemes from time to time for the benefit of its leasing customers. To coincide with the company’s 23rd anniversary, PLC has introduced ‘People’s Leasing Petrol Peraliya’ scheme to pay gratitude to its leasing customers.

This is an innovative and unreachable scheme that has not yet been tried out by any other bank or finance company in the country introduced by the company for all its customers who transact with PLC.

Under this program 25 customers who obtain leasing facilities or auto loan facilities for vehicles from PLC will be selected monthly and each customer will be offered with a fuel allowance of Rs. 100,000 for a period of one year. Accordingly PLC will offer Rs. 2.5 million worth free fuel allowance for their customers on monthly basis and also willing to offer an attractive interest rate for this allowance which will be credited to the lucky winner’s savings accounts.  

Customers who obtain new leasing facilities or an auto loan each month will eligible for this scheme and PLC will not charge any additional fees for it. 

The winners will be selected via specially designed electronic drawing scheme and will be monitored by an independent monitoring team. Accordingly 300 lucky PLC customers will receive ‘People’s Leasing Petrol Peraliya’ benefits within a particular year. PLC DGM (Marketing) Laksanda Gunawardene commenting on People’s Leasing Petrol Peraliya said, “Our loyal customers treat PLC as a leasing company that knows the pulse of the people. Hence they prefer PLC for all their financial requirements. 

A customer who has once obtained leasing and finance facilities from PLC will surely select PLC for his/her financial requirements. And we like to announce any customer eligible to win this special offer with a fuel allowance of Rs. 100,000.” Gunewardene said, “People’s Leasing Petrol Peraliya was launched to pay gratitude to such loyal customers who are also the ambassadors of PLC. Under this scheme, PLC offers free fuel allowance worth of Rs. 2.5 million per month to lucky winners and also they will enjoy an attractive interest for the fuel allowance which is credited to their savings accounts. We select winners from PLC customers who obtain leasing facilities every month. 

Now you can inquire from PLC branch network on how to enrol for People’s Leasing Petrol Peraliya.”

People’s Leasing started its business operations in 1996 as a wholly owned subsidiary of one of the largest state banks in Sri Lanka, the People’s Bank. 

Fitch Rating Lanka has assigned PLC a credit rating of AA- (lka) which makes PLC the highest rated Finance company in the country. PLC is the only Sri Lankan Finance company to have two international ratings of which one is equal to the Sovereign from Standard & Poor’s (‘B+/B’) and the other is one notch below the Sovereign from Fitch Rating International (‘B’).   PLC’s financial service product portfolio includes; leasing, auto loan, fixed deposits, saving accounts, housing and business loans, gold loan, margin trading, factoring and Islamic financial services. 

People’s Leasing conglomerate consists of six subsidiaries namely, People’s Insurance PLC, People’s Micro-Commerce Ltd., People’s Leasing Property Development Ltd., People’s Leasing Fleet Management Ltd., People’s Leasing Havelock Properties Ltd. and its latest foreign venture Lankan Alliance Finance Ltd.

The uniqueness of People’s Leasing is its strength and the stability to provide diverse financial solutions under one roof to its customers, thus enabling the customers to obtain convenient and customer-friendly services.  


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