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Siyapatha Finance relocates Kurunegala branch

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Siyapatha Finance PLC, one of Sri Lanka’s leading financial organisations and the largest fully-owned subsidiary of the Sampath Bank group, celebrated the relocation of its Metro branch in Kurunegala recently.  
The branch, which was located at No. 116, Colombo Road, Kurunegala, can now be found at No. 36, Negombo Road of the city. 
Siyapatha Finance PLC Managing Director Saman Herath presided over the ceremonial opening of the branch. 
The relocated branch is one of the two branches in the city of Kurunegala, the second being located at No. 254C, Colombo Road. 
“As the branch in Kurunegala is one of the key locations in our network, we believed that it was important to ensure that the branch was situated in an area that would be most convenient to our customers,” stated Herath.
“Our customers in Kurunegala can now enjoy all the benefits and products Siyapatha Finance has to offer. We, at Siyapatha Finance, firmly believe that the success of our organisation is rooted in our customers.”
As one of the most prominent financial companies with a network of branches throughout the country, Siyapatha Finance PLC has designed its financial services to ensure that its customers are provided with the best in service delivery standards.
All of the network’s branches continuously offer the best service to its customers leasing, business loans, personal loans, property mortgage loans, gold loans, factoring and fixed deposits.
Over the past 12 years, the company has contributed vastly to the development of small and medium entrepreneurial efforts and to the fulfilment of individual financial needs across the island. Its dedication towards the continuous expansion of its financial services is fuelled by the drive to help communities achieve their business objectives.


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