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DFCC Bank relocates Dambulla branch

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Lakshman Silva – Deputy CEO declaring the branch open

DFCC Bank recently relocated its Dambulla branch to a more spacious and convenient location at No 671, Anuradhapura Road, Dambulla. The branch was ceremoniously declared open on the 7th of Novemberby Lakshman Silva – Deputy CEO, along with members of the community and senior representatives and staff from the Bank.

The newly relocated branch offers a variety of retail banking facilities and servicesincluding current and savings accounts, fixed deposits, loans, pawning services, leasing facilities, NRFC/RFC accounts, credit cards and remittances. The business community in this area will also benefit from DFCC’s expertise in Corporate and SME Banking, and customers can look forward to an all-encompassing banking experience.

DFCC’s Dambulla branch can be contacted on Tel: 066 2283553 / 066 2283554 Or Fax: 066 2283555. 

Lakshman Silva delivering his welcome address

Lakshman Silva accepting deposit from customer

Lighting of the traditional oil lamp

Achintha Hewanayake - Acting Chief Operations Officer accepting deposit from customer

Senior management of DFCC Bank lighting the traditional oil lamp

Wajira Punchihewa - Regional Manager delivering his welcome address

Customers of the Bank lighting the traditional oil lamp

The newly re-located Dambulla Branch

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