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DFCC PLC expands its operations with the opening of a new branch in Weligama

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Arjun Fernando, CEO of DFCC Bank and Lakshman Silva, DCEO of DFCC Bank opening the new branch


DFCC PLC recently opened its newest branch in Weligama, which is located at No. 354/45, Samaraweera Place. The ceremonial opening of the new branch was attended by Arjun Fernando, CEO of DFCC Bank and Lakshman Silva, DCEO of DFCC Bank as well as several senior banking officials, staff members and members of the local community. 

The new DFCC branch will provide quick and efficient commercial banking services to all business and retail customers in the area including project financing, business banking & retail banking services. The town of Weligama has continued to grow into a thriving centre for trade and business in the south of Sri Lanka. The new branch will now operate as a fully-fledged bank branch in Weligama and will offer an array of services such as project loans, working capital loans, guaranties & bonds, savings accounts, current accounts, personal loans, housing loans, education loans, vehicle leasing, gold jewellery pawning loans, business loans, LCs, foreign currency products such as NRFC, RFC and NNRFC and money transferring options via Western Union. DFCC Bank’s Lanka Money Transfer service, which was launched to provide Sri Lankan migrant workers and their families with a safe and reliable remittance option too will be available.  DFCC also offers the latest technologies with online banking services, a 24/7 call centre and access to over 700 ATMs through its own and partner ATM networks which allow unlimited withdrawals at zero cost.

In a landmark development in Sri Lanka’s banking and financial sector, DFCC and DVB recently amalgamatedto form DFCC PLC, a fully-fledged commercial bank overlooked by the Central Bank of Sri Lanka. The joint synergies of the two leading banking partners strengthen and position DFCC PLC as a force to be reckoned with in the financial services industry. DFCC celebrates 60 years of excellence in the financial services industry this year. The bank remains committed to driving financial inclusivity while spreading warmth, fellowship and stability in local communities. 











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