SBI joins LankaPay Common ATM Network | Sunday Observer

SBI joins LankaPay Common ATM Network

(From left) Head of Certification and Integration LankaClear Hemanthe Samaliarachchi, Head of External Services LankaClear Isuru Jayaweera, DGM IT & Operations LankaClear Dinuka Perera, GM/CEO LankaClear Channa de Silva, Country Head SBI Rajeev Srivastava, SVP Branch Head, Colombo Hemant Jaiswal,Vinoth and Taniya IT team SBI Sri Lanka
(From left) Head of Certification and Integration LankaClear Hemanthe Samaliarachchi, Head of External Services LankaClear Isuru Jayaweera, DGM IT & Operations LankaClear Dinuka Perera, GM/CEO LankaClear Channa de Silva, Country Head SBI Rajeev Srivastava, SVP Branch Head, Colombo Hemant Jaiswal,Vinoth and Taniya IT team SBI Sri Lanka

The State Bank of India (SBI) Sri Lanka recently joined LankaPay Common ATM Network taking a leap towards enhancing customer convenience as part of its expansion program.

Known as Bank of Calcutta since 1806, SBI came into existence in 1955. It is the largest bank in India with over 24,000 branches, 59,000ATMs and 190 foreign offices in 36 countries. It commenced operations in Sri Lanka in 1864 primarily focusing on corporate banking, prior to diversifying into retail banking.

Country Head SBI Rajeev Srivastava, said “SBI is the leading Bank in India and many other countries. After being of service to Sri Lanka for more than 153 years, we now aspire to become the preferred bank of its masses.We are in the process of bringing in our expertise in technology from the world to serve Sri Lanka in a convenient and efficient manner. Joining the common ATM is one such step in addition to internet banking and mobile facilities.”

Channa de Silva, GM/CEO of LankaClear Pvt Ltd. said “We at LankaClear are delighted to have the SBI joiningLankaPay. This partnership will be of great significance to all SBI customers in providing accessibility to the 4000+ ATMs currently connected to the network. With its focus on retail banking, SBI is now able to provide ultimate convenience to its retail customers by allowing them access to their accounts across the island.” 

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