Cargills Bank expands its ATM network

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Cargills Bank MD/CEO Prabhu Mathavan declaring the Majestic City off-site ATM open, along with DGM Consumer Banking Lewie Diasz and DGM Marketing Rumaiz Rahim



In a drive to provide more convenience and ease to its customers Cargills Bank adds another ATM to its network within Colombo. The new ATM is located at Majestic City and will be operational from 7 June, increasing banking services and products to customers in the Colombo area, bank officials said.

Cargills Bank Managing Director/CEO Prabhu Mathavan declared open the new off-site ATMs at Cargills Food City, Majestic City. He said; the opening of the new off-site ATM reflects the bank’s ongoing service commitment to our customers. The bank will continue to increase its customer touch points through various channels enabling customers to undertake their banking transactions with ease and convenience.

Cargills Bank has expanded its ATM network further joining with the 3,000+ ATMs accessible to its customers to transact through the Cargills Bank partnership with the Lanka Pay’s Common ATM Network. 

The ‘Lanka Pay’ network allows customers to transact using an ATM of any of 17 member banks. The 17 banks partnered for LankaPay are Cargills Bank, BOC, Commercial Bank, People’s Bank, HNB, Sampath Bank, Seylan Bank, Nations Trust Bank, NDB, Union Bank, DFCC Bank, Pan Asia Bank, Standard Chartered Bank, RDB, HDFC, Habib Bank, and Public Bank.

Cargills Bank Ltd. is a fully-fledged commercial bank and has 11 branches presently located at Colpetty, Maitland Crescent, Old Moor Street, Maharagama, Kurunegala, Mathara, Thanamalvila, Hawa Eliya, Jaffna City Centre, Vavuniya, and Chunnakkam and provides a range of services and products, including current and savings accounts, fixed deposits, trade services and treasury services.