Cargills Bank opened its new branch in Kaduruwela in December last year, located at 896, Nidahas Swarna Jayanthi Mawatha, Kaduruwela.
This reflects the bank’s regional investment focusing on local communities and improving livelihoods in economically meaningful and socially responsible ways.
The branch was opened by the Chief Guest, Additional District Secretary Sujantha Ekanayake and Guest of Honour, Cargills Bank Deputy General Manager Retail Banking Darshana Ratnayake in the presence of Area Manager Cargills Foods Company Pvt Ltd P. Perumal, Cargills Bank Head of Retail Banking Buddhika Perera, and Cargills Bank Kaduruwela Branch Manager Neel Dissanayake.
“We are pleased to expand our branch network to the North-Central Province. We are working closely with agriculture farmers in the area and the opening of Kaduruwela branch reaffirms our aspiration to build a culture of banking across all social and income groups by offering simple yet innovative and attractive products, fulfilling their banking needs,” said Darshana Ratnayake, Deputy General Manager Retail Banking of Cargills Bank.
He further added, “We are committed to uplift the agriculture and Small & Medium Enterprises (SME) sectors in the area to nurture entrepreneurial capabilities, and this confidence and commitment comes from our corporate ethos of partnering the growth of rural Sri Lankans”.
Cargills is a brand that has been serving Sri Lankans for 173 years, built on a foundation of values and ethics. True to this heritage and the ethos of ‘Banking on the Human Spirit’, Cargills Bank is taking banking to the masses by being inclusive and accessible. The amazing Cargills Cash Savings Account is available at over 320 Cargills Food City outlets allowing you to do grocery shopping and banking at the same place at your convenience. The Cargills Bank debit card with special offers is now a ‘must have’ for discerning customers.
Cargills Bank’s head office is in Colpetty with branches at Maitland Crescent, Maharagama, Old Moor Street, Wattala, Kandy, Peradeniya, Nuwara Eliya, Ratnapura, Thanamalwila, Matara, Galle, Kurunegala, Vavuniya, Chunnakam, and Jaffna.
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