NDB commits to serve Mahawewa residents

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From left: Romesh Tissera – Regional Manager North Western Province, Sanjaya Perera – Vice President Branch Network Management,  Kumar Gunawardena Assistant Vice President Administration & Services,  Delrene Seneviratne  Vice President Administration & Services, Raj Aboobucker – Vice President Retail Banking, Priyanka Kurera – Assistant Branch Manager NDB  Mahawewa branch,  Tharaka Gamage – Branch Manager NDB Mahawewa branch



NDB recently opened its latest branch in Mahawewa in a bid to support the economic and livelihood development in the 
Puttalam district.  
With this opening, NDB branch network has now grown to 104 signaling a steady continuation of the Bank’s aggressive expansion strategy. 
NDB stepped in to Mahawewa in a bid to support and encourage the business and entrepreneurial efforts of its people with customized SME financing facilities and advisory services. With its expertise and knowledge in SME financing, the Bank offers many solutions; including short term working capital loans, supplier and distributor finance and long term funding which will be beneficial to the farmers, fishing community, traders, distributors and other proprietors in the area. NDB Mahawewa Branch also offers a host of Retail Banking services, such as current and savings accounts, children’s savings accounts, NRFC/RFC accounts, fixed deposits, housing loans, education loans, leasing facilities, credit and debit cards, pawning services as well as Western Union Money transfer services coupled with the convenience of internet banking, mobile banking and a call centre that operates 24 hours; so that customers in and around Mahawewa would have access to a wide array of banking solutions to help them meet their unique financial needs.  
The branch located at Chilaw Road, Mahawewa will be open from Monday to Friday from 9.00 am to 4.00 pm.
NDB remains dedicated to bringing its customers one step closer to accomplishing their life long ambitions through the range of services that are accessible through its growing branch network. 


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