Bank of Ceylon Walasmulla branch moves to own building | Sunday Observer

Bank of Ceylon Walasmulla branch moves to own building

15 November, 2020

The Bank of Ceylon (BOC) Walasmulla branch moved to its own building recently at Beliatta Road, Walasmulla.

The spacious building is designed to add more convenience to customers of the area. The opening ceremony was graced by the Chairman of the Bank KanchanaRatwatte as the Chief Guest and General Manager D.P.K.Gunasekera as the Guest of Honor. Senior Deputy General Manager Corporate and Offshore Russell Fonseka, Senior Deputy General Manager Human Resource K.E.D. Sumanasiri, Deputy General Manager Priyal Silva, Deputy General Manager Retail Banking Range 2 G.A.Jayashantha, Chief Marketing Officer SameeraLiyanage and Assistant General Manager Southern Province K.A.A. Karunaratne also attended the event as representatives of the Corporate and Executive Management. Zonal Education Director-Walasmulla C.U Weerasekera and MOH of Wallasmulla Base Hospital Dr.A.P.R.S. Chandrasena also participated to the occasion as well wishers. Operations Managers and all other province staff were also present on the occasion. BOC Walasmulla branch Manager together with staff members officiated the event and customers and well-wishers of the branch too attended.

The Walasmulla branch is upgraded with novel digital banking technology to customers in the area. It will offer a wide array of banking services to its customers such as current and local or foreign currency savings/ Fixed Deposit accounts, children’s and Senior Citizen’s savings accounts and saving plans, housing and personal loans, special loans schemes such as DiviUdana loan schemes that comprises of 22 loan schemes for SME and Micro entrepreneurs beginning with the lowest rate of 4% (granted for agriculture, tourism, exports, tea, apparel, IT, logistics and spices cultivation), education loans, Leasing and pawning facilities.

Customers can also avail themselves of Debit or Credit cards, Micro and SME financing facilities and international money transfer/remittances services. The branch is connected to the rest of the 646 branches through a centralized network thus allowing customers to transact real-time with any of the branches in the network spread across the country.