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Seylan Bank official banker at ‘Construct Exhibition 2017’ for 2nd consecutive year

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Seylan Bank partnered the Construct Exhibition 2017 as the official banker for the second consecutive year. Organised by the National Construction Association of Sri Lanka (NCASL), Construct Exhibition is the largest construction exhibition in Sri Lanka. 

The exhibition was held for the 17th consecutive year at the BMICH recently. 

Seylan Bank offered a host of its products and services such as Housing Loans, Credit Cards and many other business solutions for both participants who were looking for financial options for their housing and also the participating merchants and service providers.  

The exhibition was declared open by Prime Minister of Sri Lanka Ranil Wickremesinghe. 


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