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Toyota Lanka signs MOU with HNB


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From left: HNB Head of Business Development Supun Dias, HNB Deputy General Manager (Retail Banking) Sanjay Wijemanne, HNB Managing Director/CEO Jonathan Alles, Toyota Lanka Managing Director Shungo Yoshioka, Toyota Lanka Director/Chief Operating Officer Manohata Atukorala and Toyota Lanka General Manager (New Vehicle Sales) Ashan de Silva

 

  • Introduces Toyota branded credit card

In another pioneering venture in Sri Lanka’s motor industry, Toyota Lanka Ltd., the sole authorised dealer for Toyota vehicles and spare parts in the country partnered with Hatton National Bank to introduce a range of specialised services for mutual customers. 

The Memorandum of Understanding between the two corporate giants was signed at HNB Towers under the patronage of HNB Head of Business Development Supun Dias, HNB Deputy General Manager (Retail Banking) Sanjay Wijemanne, HNB Managing Director/CEO Jonathan Alles, Toyota Lanka Managing Director Shungo Yoshioka, Toyota Lanka Director/Chief Operating Officer Manohara Atukorala, and Toyota Lanka General Manager (New Vehicle Sales) Ashan de Silva.

The collaboration marks a new era in vehicle sales, servicing and spare parts in the industry. HNB and Toyota customers can now apply for a special branded credit card that rings exclusive offers and promotions.

Furthermore, special leasing and personal loan packages with attractive rates for brand new Toyotas and certified Toyotas will also be available. All brand new and certified Toyota vehicle owners are entitled for 50% off on insurance for the first year coverage while they also can avail a 10% discount on all spare parts for up to three years from the date of purchase. The credit card will have no annual fee. Extending the benefits even further brand new Toyota owners will have no charges levied to them for accident repairs for a total of five years from HNB Assurance.

Operating through 251 customer centres across the country, HNB was recognised by the prestigious Banker Magazine as one of the Top 1000 banks in the world and is also the highest ranked local bank in this listing. HNB has also been adjudged Best Retail Bank 2018 by The Asian Banker Magazine in addition to being declared Best SME Bank, Best Digital Bank and the Best Cash Management Bank in Sri Lanka at the Asiamoney Awards 2018. 

As the first to introduce leasing to the banking industry in Sri Lanka, HNB holds the largest lease portfolio within the private banking sector in the country. HNB will also be providing special services and leasing options for all HNB customers, while also providing discounted insurance premiums and tailor made leasing repayment facilities, and an HNB Credit Card with every lease, in order to drive a new paradigm in customer convenience.

 


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