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People’s Bank relocates to a new location in Hakmana

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N. Vasantha Kumar - CEO/General Manager, People’s Bank ceremonially opens the relocated Hakmana branch.

People’s Bank recently relocated its branch in Hakmana to a new location as part of its ongoing branch expansion drive to elevate its offering to loyal customers. The newly relocated branch provides state-of-the-art banking options, various loan and pawning facilities coupled with an enhanced customer service with digitalized Services offering to those residing or passing through the area. The branch will also provide access to 24-hour PET machine.

The branch was ceremonially opened by N. Vasantha Kumar - CEO/General Manager in the presence of Boniface Silva- Deputy General Manager (Channel Management),MahindaPremanath, Deputy General Manager (Banking Support Services), K.K.A Luxman - Matara Regional Manager, K.C. K Pathirana and S.Gurusinghe - Assistant Regional Managers, Indira Hemarathne– Manager, Hakmana Branch of People’s Bank and well-wishers. 

Since its inception 54 years ago, People’s Bank has opened its doors to customers across the country, from all walks of life, providing them with banking services that meet their unique needs and uplift their lives. People’s Bank currently serves over 16 million customers through 737 branches and its connected network of 2650 ATMs is linked to the Lanka Pay gateway.


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