Nations Trust Bank, a key player in the financial services industry reiterated their commitment towards expansion with the opening of their 52nd branch in Wennappuwa recently.
Located at 289, Chilaw Road, Wennappuwa, the new branch is based on their proprietary design concept offering the ultimate in banking standards with greater customer convenience and simplicity in banking.
Nations Trust Bank has also embarked on offering services such as remittances and pawning across the branch network. The bank has tied up with several remittance partners worldwide to offer seamless transactions to customers to facilitate remittances from across the globe. Pawning services are also now being offered with access to this service 365 days of the year with extended banking hours.
The people of Wennapuwa can now experience a range of products to suit their individual as well as business needs with the entry of Nations Trust Bank to this locality. The ongoing Nations Saver Savings account promotion offers savers an array of electrical household appliances which could be won at every branch each quarter.
This promotion will now be extended to the people of Wennapuwa as well giving them an equal opportunity to participate in this promotional offer by maintaining a minimum balance of Rs. 5,000 for the three months in their savings account. Each additional value of Rs. 5,000 saved in the account will add multiple chances to the quarterly draws which will be held at every branch.
Nations Trust Bank Director/CEO Saliya Rajakaruna commented: “As always we put our customers at the heart of our business, constantly improving our products and services, delivery channels and processes to meet their evolving needs. With our entry to Wennapuwa we are looking forward to serving the business community with a host of financial tools that will result in long term partnerships with our customers.”
The bank now has 52 branches, seven Personal Banking Centers and a 24-hour customer contact centre and is the sole issuer and acquirer for American Express cards in Sri Lanka.