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Members’ Night 2019 of Association of Professional Bankers Sri Lanka

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Member’s Night 2019, the most awaited social event of the Association of Professional Bankers – Sri Lanka (APBSL) is scheduled to be held on Saturday 20 July from 7 p.m. onwards, at the private beach of the Mount Lavinia Hotel.

The members night of the APBSL, offers an opportunity to its members who are professional bankers scattered across the banking sector, to network and socialise with each other. 

Breaking away from the indoors this year, the Membership and Social Committee of the APBSL has moved this event to the beach, offering more relaxed atmosphere. At this event themed ‘Night in Hawaii’, members will be treated to good music, good food and fireworks displays organised to glamorise the evening. 

Being held on a Saturday, members of APBSL can break free from their routine tasks and unwind under the starlight, and enjoy fellowship feeling the breeze from the Laccadive Sea. 

This event is open to the members of the Association of Professional Bankers – Sri Lanka and the tickets can be obtained from the APBSL Secretariat (Rekha – Tel 2055318) or from the respective APB Bank Coordinators.

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