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People’s Bank launches self-banking units in railway stations

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People’s Bank recently inaugurated a self-banking Unit at the Mirigama Railway Station. The unit was vested in the public under People’s Bank’s initiative of establishing 100 self-banking Units at railway stations island-wide.

The new s state-of-the-art self banking Unit, furnished with an Automatic Teller Machine (ATM) and Cash Deposit Machine (CDM), will facilitate railway commuters with a hassle-free banking experience 24 hours a day, 7 days a week all year round. 

The programme is implemented by People’s Bank in collaboration with the Ministry of Transport to help thousands of daily commuters to conduct their banking transactions conveniently and efficiently at their respective railway stations. In addition, the establishment of Self Banking Units is taking place in conjunction with the Railway Department’s initiative of modernization and beautification of railway stations and the People’s Bank’s digitalization initiative. 

Furthermore, two Automatic Teller Machines (ATMs) installed at Veyangoda Railway premises were also vested in the public on the same day. Chairman of People’s Bank Hemasiri Fernando, Chief Executive Officer/ General Manager of People’s Bank N. Vasantha Kumar, General Manager of Railway B.A.P. Ariyaratne, General Manager Designate of Railway S. Mahanama Abeywickrama, Superintendent of Railway Wijaya Samarasinghe in addition to officers of Railway Department and institutional and executive management of People’s Bank were present at the occasion. 

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