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Union Bank Ja Ela reopens with a new look

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Union Bank Vice President Human Resources Ravi Jayasekera at the opening of the redesigned Union Bank branch Ja Ela 

Union Bank of Colombo PLC recently extended its new design and look to its Ja Ela branch located at 151B, Colombo Road, Ja Ela to provide customers a redefined banking experience. 

This initiative is part of Union Bank’s efforts to strengthen its retail offering to customers. The newly remodelled branch now provides even greater banking convenience with spacious banking facilities, improved experience and enhanced levels of customer engagement. 

The branch was ceremonially opened by opened by Union Bank Vice President Human Resources Ravi Jayasekera, in the presence of a wide audience of customers and other invitees. 

Speaking at the event Jayasekera stated, “The new layout is part of Union bank’s expansion strategy and is aligned with our efforts to provide our customers a redefined banking experience in Sri Lanka. Retail banking is key to our future success. Our customers will gain significant advantages by banking with us as we introduce accessibility through multiple touch points and a well-targeted portfolio of products and Services.” 

An open layout of the redesigned branches provides enhanced customer convenience and creates an ambience that is warm and friendly. The redesigned branch portrays Union Bank’s vibrant persona as a rapidly progressive Bank offering greater customer value. The new outlook is being extended across its branch network and alternate channels.

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