CLC partners with HNB to offer ATM facilities

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Commercial Leasing & Finance PLC (CLC) partnered with Hatton National Bank (HNB) to introduce ATM facilities to its customers. 
The launch ceremony was recently held at the CLC head office at No. 68, Bauddhaloka Mawatha, Bambalapitiya, Colombo 4. It is the first time that HNB has partnered with a financial institution and now, customers of CLC can access their savings and deposits at any of the 450+ HNB or any other ATM machines islandwide.  
Present at the launch ceremony was CLC Chairman Ishara Nanayakkara, CLC Executive Director Kalsha Amarasinghe, CLC CEO Krishan Thilakaratne, HNB CEO and Managing Director Jonathan Alles and HNB Chief Operating Officer Dilshan Rodrigo and CLC DGM Channels and Networks Jude Anthony.
Speaking at the function, Nanayakkara said, “CLC is the crown jewel of LOLC and over the last few years it has grown at a significant rate. We are proud to partner with HNB not only in terms of debt financing but equity as well.”
The CLC Visa debit card can be used as a personal ‘shopping’ card at any of the 13,000 and more Visa merchant outlets around Sri Lanka and is also valid for purchases abroad. With 24-hour access to their savings and deposits, customers will enjoy convenience at its best from CLC.
CLC account holders will have the advantage of receiving SMS alerts for every transaction and the SLIPS transaction facility while enjoying high interest rates for accounts.
Alles said, “HNB is very happy to be here and we see great opportunities to collaborate with the group in many other areas. This is just the tip of the iceberg.”
Commercial Leasing & Finance PLC is one of the largest non-banking financial institutions in Sri Lanka with 27 years’ experience in the financial sector. Furthermore, a share capital of Rs.10 billion, an ICRA ‘A-’ rating and a footprint of 58 branches islandwide make CLC one of the best options in the market to save your hard-earned cash.

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