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Amana Bank introduces ‘Personal Salary Account’

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Amana Bank has introduced its newest savings product ‘Amana Bank Personal Salary Account’ targeting the working population of the country. The Personal Salary Account offers greater accessibility and convenience along with a host of privileges, including a monthly profit on their income.

Personal Salary Account holders can direct their monthly salary to their accounts and enjoy benefits such as preferential rates on leasing and home financing facilities, discounts on foreign currency draft issuances and free ATM card with access to 500+ ATMs island wide offering free and discounted ATM transaction changes. Salary account holders can also benefit from the Bank’s recently launched personal asset financing scheme.

Speaking on the launch of this new account, the Bank’s Chief Operating Officer, Mr Mohamed Azmeer said “Amana Bank is happy to introduce our very own Personal Salary Account. We have loaded the account with many privileges and benefits. As a special introductory offer, Personal Salary Account holders will also stand the chance to double their monthly salary every month”.

Powered by the stability and the support of its strategic shareholders Bank Islam Malaysia Berhad, the Islamic Development Bank based in Saudi Arabia and AB Bank in Bangladesh, the Bank is making an aggressive journey in the Sri Lankan banking industry and is focused on capitalizing the growing market potential for this unique banking model across the country.

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