Nations Trust Bank has launched a unique initiative to support those affected by the recent floods and landslides, in the recovery of their lost property title documents (deeds).
“We are deeply concerned on the severity of the recent flash floods that wreaked havoc throughout the country. As a concerned responsible citizen, we have identified the loss of vital documents as a key issue faced by numerous communities,” explained Theja Silva, Deputy General Manager Legal/Company Secretary, Nations Trust Bank.
Through this initiative, members of the public can now recover lost deed documents at no fee from any of the Nations Trust Bank branches island wide. Any Individual can provide his or her particulars to the respective bank officials and thereafter the bank will advise them on the process of collecting a certified copy of their lost deed.
“Nations Trust’s CSR strategyis focused on sustaining community engagement - disaster relief is a key pillar. This initiative amplifies our aspiration to urgentlyprovide long-term and effective support to affected communities island wide,” he further added.
Nations Trust Bank PLC is ranked among the top 25 business establishments in Sri Lanka by Business Today magazine with its market positioning based on customer convenience benchmark, ably supported by host of financial products and services offered to a wide array of customers. The Bank operates 93 branches across the country with an ATM network that covers 133 locations and is the issuer and sole acquirer for American Express Cards in