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CFA ties up with Seylan Bank, NTB on easy payment scheme for students

CFA Sri Lanka recently signed an agreement with both Seylan Bank and Nations Trust Bank to offer an easy payment scheme to all CFA registered students. The easy payment scheme under both banks will also be available to the charter holders to pay their annual subscriptions.

Nations Trust Bank will offer American Express credit cards for students to pay their membership and exam fees in six monthly instalments. This will be interest free with a nominal service fee. Seylan Bank launched an affinity card which includes a special easy payment scheme for students to pay their membership and exam fees in 3,6,9 or 12 equal monthly installments. The 3 month instalment scheme will be offered without interest to students, while 6, 9, 12 month instalments scheme will be offered at a nominal service fee, according to a statement issued by CFA.

CFA Sri Lanka and Seylan Bank co-branded credit cardholders are eligible for all existing value additions such as the Grants Scheme through which a percentage of surgical bills, wedding reception bills and school fees could be claimed, an exclusive 2 in 1 insurance cover which covers a range of natural disasters, a Bonus Points scheme where cardholders could earn points equivalent to rupees, which could be redeemed at designated merchant establishments and a Free Travel Insurance Cover offered upon obtaining air tickets using the Credit Card.

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