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Union Bank of Colombo PLC (UBC) yesterday opened 10 new ATMs in Colombo and its suburbs, further expanding on its premise of bringing greater banking convenience to customers across Sri Lanka. 
The new ATMs are located at Attidiya, Divulapitiya, Kiribathgoda, Kirulapone, Mabola, Marine Drive Kollupitiya, Walana - Panadura, Pannipitiya, Punchi Borella and Soysapura - Moratuwa. This is the first phase of an ongoing islandwide channel development initiative.
The Union Bank ATMs focus on bringing banking convenience to people’s neighbourhoods, enabling them to carry out their day-to-day banking with greater ease and comfort. Through LankaPay, Cirrus and Maestro networks that have been enabled on these ATMs, non-Union Bank customers can also access their bank accounts. 
The new ATMs are equipped with added security, enhancing safety of transactions. Union Bank customers can access their bank account details from over 2000 ATMs across Sri Lanka through the above networks.
Commenting on the bank’s ATM network expansion, Union Bank of Colombo PLC Chief Executive Officer Indrajit Wickramasinghe stated, “We are dedicated to increasing our footprint in Sri Lanka and the expansion of our alternate channels such as ATMs, is crucial to ensure our continued growth. These ATMs will also enable us to provide our valued customers with easy access to their funds.”
The network expansion is an integral part of Union Bank’s ongoing development efforts to position the bank as a fully-fledged commercial bank focusing on the Retail, SME and corporate sectors. Union Bank is revamping its comprehensive product portfolio and will also launch several new products in the coming months.

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