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CDB, Commercial Bank in tie up to help customers

Citizens Development Business Finance (CDB) and Commercial Bank of Ceylon recently signed an agreement to deploy Commercial Bank’s ATM at selected branches of the CDB thus also giving CDB’s account holders the opportunity to access the bank’s 400 ATM network for their greater convenience.

This agreement was signed at the Commercial Bank’s Head Office by Roshan Abeygoonewardena Director/Chief Operations Officer of CDB, and Sanath Bandaranayake DGM Operations of Commercial Bank.

Commercial Bank said in a statement that it has an over 400 strong ATM network covering every corner of the country. While enabling Commercial Bank and CDB customers to use the ATM Network for cash withdrawals, it also gives CDB customers greater flexibility with withdrawals across the country.

Speaking about the partnership, Commercial Bank’s Deputy General Manager Operations, Sanath Bandaranayake said that this partnership will expand the bank’s ATM network and provide its customers with greater benefits at strategic locations across the country.

CDB’s Director/Chief Operations Officer Roshan Abeygoonewardena said, “Our account holders will now enjoy greater convenience through this ATM network. We are looking at offering more new services and greater benefits to our customers through this alliance.”

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