Siyapatha Finance PLC introduces Siyapatha Kirula for the children of Sri Lanka

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Leading the financial sector with its customer-centric methodology, Siyapatha Finance PLC announced yet another addition to its product portfolio in the form of Siyapatha Kirula, a saving scheme for minors on World Children’s Day. Siyapatha Kirula comes with a number of attractive benefits for the children of Sri Lanka.

The benefits that come with this latest product by Siyapatha Finance include an attractive interest rate for each savings account with the interest calculated daily and credited at the end of each month. The new minor savings accounts will enable parents/guardians to build an attractive cash fund for their children’s higher education. 

“As a customer centric organization, we at Siyapatha Finance conduct continuous research in order to be in touch with the needs and wants of our present and future customers. We identified the necessity of inculcating the correct saving habits among the next generation. Siyapatha Kirula serves as a means by which parents or guardians can secure a stable financial foundation for their children as well as a teaching method for children on the importance of saving correctly”, stated Mr. Ananda Senevirathna, the Managing Director of Siyapatha Finance. 

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

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