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Sarvodaya Development Finance (SDF) and Ideal Motors signs special MoU


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From left, from SDF: Senior Manager Operations Harindra Kuruppu, AGM-Marketing & Business Development Rasika Epasinghe, AGM-Credit Felician Jayakody, DGM Finance and Planning Deshantha De Alwis, Director Chaminda Rajakaruna, CEO Nilantha Jayanetti; from Ideal Motors: Director Chaminda Wanigaratne, Deputy General Manager Malaka Wehella, Head of Sales Rakhitha Wimalasekara  

Sarvodaya Development Finance Ltd. (SDF), the pioneer in the microfinance business in Sri Lanka, recently signed a special MoU with Ideal Motors Ltd. to provide increased benefits to its customers dispersed far and wide in Sri Lanka who are looking to realize their dream of owning a vehicle. All customers of Ideal Motors Ltd. and the general public of Sri Lanka will also benefit via the synergies brought forward through this special MoU especially during the upcoming festive season and beyond.

The MoU signing ceremony was held on 5 December in the presence of SDF CEO Nilantha Jayanetti and Ideal Motors Director Chaminda Wanigaratne, as well as the senior management of both the organizations.


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