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Amana Bank accessible through 500+ ATMs

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Amana Bank, Sri Lanka’s premier bank operating in complete harmony with the principles of Islamic banking, is now accessible through the Bank’s new ATM network.  The Bank’s ATM service is available through its own ATM machines and through all Commercial Bank of Ceylon ATM machines island-wide.

Speaking on reaching this milestone, Amana Bank’s Managing Director/CEO Faizal Salieh said “We are very happy to offer the much awaited convenience of ATMs to our customers. Our strategic tie-up with ComBank ATMs in addition to our own ATMs, will provide wider reach and greater access to our growing island-wide customer base.”

Salieh also remarked that “The launch of the ATM service is the first of many convenient solutions Amana Bank plans to offer in the near future. The Bank is in the process of investing in new technology in order to be more accessible & convenient.”

With a reach of 14 strategically located branches across the island, the bank offers Current Accounts, Savings Accounts, Children’s Savings Account, Term Investment Accounts, Foreign Currency Accounts, Home Financing, Leasing, SME Banking, Corporate Banking, Trade Services and Treasury Services.  The bank also has plans to expand its branch network in the near future.

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