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Sampath Bank opens Keselwatte branch

Sampath Bank opened their latest branch at# 41A, Galle Road, Keselwatte, Panadura recently. The new branch is the 152nd of the electronically linked island-wide branch network which permits real-time and on-line banking. The branch is also equipped with 02 ATMs, 24 hour on-line and e-banking facilities, multiple counters and ample parking space to facilitate better customer convenience.

With their island-wide presence and affiliations with local and international financial service providers such as BOC, Union Bank, Deutsche Bank, VISA and Master International and Cirrus network, customers can access their accounts and carry out financial transactions via a multitude of options with providing easy access any time of the day.

With a host of products designed to deliver better service quality, flexibility and value, Sampath Bank is the preferred partner when opting for a personal, business or trade loan, pawn facilities, savings and current accounts, e-remittances, foreign exchange, credit card services and any other financial service. Many products are offered with unique features that set them apart from the other products or services in the market and pledge to offer superior service levels as well.

Sampath Bank has won many international and national accolades affirming the high level of commitment, integrity, innovation and social responsibility amply displaying their strong dedication to be a leader in the development of national economy.

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