Siyapatha Finance unveils new branch in Panadura

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Leading financial organisation Siyapatha Finance PLC celebrated the opening of a new branch in Panadura recently.

This is the 26th branch in their widely spread network. Siyapatha Finance PLC Managing Director Saman Herath graced the occasion as chief guest. The opening of the new branch in Panadura marked yet another milestone in Siyapatha Finance’s dynamic expansion plan.

The new branch is fully equipped to manage the same financial services as the company’s head office, such as leasing, hire purchase, business loans, personal loans, revolving loans, mortgage loans, housing loans, gold loans and factoring as well as fixed deposits, manned by dedicated staff.

“We at Siyapatha Finance have always made sure to maintain a customer-centric approach in all our endeavors. Our primary concern is to ensure that our customers receive the very best of our services. I believe that the success of Siyapatha Finance has always been rooted in our customers. Thus, the addition of the new branch in Panadura to our network, is a significant achievement for us, as it allows us to reach out to more customers,” stated Herath.

“With the presence of Siyapatha Finance in Panadura, the business community and the general public will have access to a wide range of financial services from us and will have a chance to make their financial dreams into reality,” he added.

As the largest fully owned subsidiary of the Sampath Bank Group, Siyapatha Finance is one of the most prominent financial companies in Sri Lanka, with a network of branches throughout the country. The company boasts of a close and reliable partnership with its parent company. Over the past twelve years Siyapatha Finance has generously contributed to the development of a number of entrepreneurial ventures as well as the fulfillment of the financial needs of individuals throughout the island.

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