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Pan Asia Bank felicitates its customers

Pan Asia Bank recently hosted a cocktail for its customers at the Cinnamon Grand Hotel. Over 200 customers attended the cocktail at an event that celebrated the recent financial performance of the Bank, 25% growth in profits, and the introduction of a dynamic new management team.

The Bank said in a press release that it has increased its focus towards corporate customers by adding some top companies to it portfolio recently and now has an exposure of over 25% to this key sector. Pan Asia recently launched its First Class Banking Private Banking service to high net worth individuals, differentiating its services from competitors.

This segment is expected to contribute significantly to the Bank’s growth. CEO Pan Asia, Kimarli Fernando said, “Pan Asia is committed to offer our growing customer base rapid, professional service. Although we are still a small bank, we offer a high level of personalized customer service and flexibility which demanding corporates value. We will not neglect this critical aspect as we grow”.

Pan Asia says it plans to shortly extend its network from the current 31 branches to Anuradhapura and Kalutara.

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