Siyapatha Finance announces Bonanza grand draw

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Leading financial organisation Siyapatha Finance PLC has announced that it is conducting a grand draw, Siyapatha Bonanza, for the company’s leasing and gold loan customers from October 1 to December 31, 2016. 
Every customer to obtain leasing and gold loan facilities from Siyapatha Finance between October 1 and December 31 are eligible to take part in the grand draw, which will be held in January 2017. 
The lucky winner of the draw will drive away in a brand-new Renault KWID and a large amount of gold coins, while the other customers will receive attractive prizes courtesy of Siyapatha Finance. 
Last year, in celebration of the company’s 10th anniversary, Siyapatha Finance organised, ‘Dhashakayaka Abhishekaya’, a mega draw, which proved to be a tremendous success with the winners receiving a brand-new Suzuki Alto, Gold Coins and other attractive gifts.
Siyapatha Finance PLC invites everyone to join in the draw and stand a chance of walking away with attractive and valuable gifts. 
As the largest fully-owned subsidiary of the Sampath Bank group, Siyapatha Finance PLC offers customers a number of services including leasing, hire purchase, business loans, personal loans, revolving loans, mortgage loans, housing loans, gold loans, factoring and fixed deposits. 
Siyapatha Finance PLC is one of the most prominent financial companies in Sri Lanka, with its network of branches spread throughout the country. With their system of service designed in a manner that suits the needs of the customer, the organisation does its utmost to ensure that their customers are provided with nothing short of the best of services. 
Over the past 11 years, Siyapatha Finance PLC has generously contributed to the development of a number of entrepreneurial efforts as well as the fulfilment of the financial needs of individuals across the island. 

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