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ComBank to keep 50 plus branches open on Hadji Festival Day

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The Commercial Bank of Ceylon will once again keep more than 50 branches open for business on Friday, 1st September – a Public and Bank holiday in respect ofId-Ul-Alha – Hadji Festival Day.

The Commercial Bank branches that will operate on that day, which is not a mercantile holiday, include the Bank’s 29 Supermarket Banking Centres and 13 Mini Com branches which will work their customary hours, and another 16 branches that will be open from 9 am to 1 pm to serve customers, the bank said.  

These 16 branches are Wellawatte, Kolluptiya, Kotahena, Maharagama, Borella, Nugegoda, Narahenpita, Battaramulla, Panchikawatte, Union Place, Wattala, Dehiwala, Avissawella,Piliyandala, the Foreign branch at Razik Fareed Mawatha and Main Street, Pettah.

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