Financial pace-setter LB Finance is gearing up for a Sinhala and Tamil New Year season like never before with special seasonal gifts. The financial giant will also be open during the auspicious time for Aluth Avurudu ganudenu, 3.18pm, on Avurudu day, 14 April, for all their customers’ New Year transactions.
LB Finance Managing Director Sumith Adhihetty affirmed his hopes that this will be a bountiful Avurudu season for LB patrons. “It has become a tradition of sorts for our customers to begin their New Year ganudenu with us, and we are extremely honoured to continue that tradition, especially as we complete 40 years of service,” he said.
“We have always had a remarkable response from our customers in the Aluth Avurudu season and we are pleased to reward their faith in us as their financial partner with gifts and other special offers during this season of new beginnings.
We are committed to being first-rate financial stewards and responding unfailingly to the confidence our depositors have placed in us.”
As the four decade-old company ventures further and further across the island, its main focus continues to be reaching out to people of all levels of society.
“The Avurudu offers are a key element of our strategy as we reach out to people in all areas of the country. One thing that really brings us all together is the traditions and festivities of the Aluth Avurudu season, and we want the people to know that LB Finance will be right alongside them during this special season,” Adhihetty said. “The offers include gifts for customers opening fixed deposits during the auspicious month of April.” The financial veteran has enjoyed many successes over the last year and has continued to strengthen its product line-up as well as its branch network, opening new branches all over the island including Vavuniya and two locations in the Jaffna peninsula.
LB Finance operates through a highly-integrated network of branches offering cutting-edge solutions through services such as leasing, fixed deposits, hire purchase, microfinance, inland money transfer, Islamic finance, factoring, power draft and many other credit facilities.