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NTB introduces Diners Club Int’l to Sri Lanka

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At an event coined ‘Welcome to the Club’, Nations Trust Bank (NTB) hosted its pioneering merchant partners of Diners Club International at 8 degrees on the lake, Cinnamon Lakeside, Colombo. At this event, NTB announced the partnership with over 500 merchant establishments across Sri Lanka, enabling all Diners Club card holders to use their card in Sri Lanka.

 The acceptance of the card at the merchant network spans from dining to retail to hospitality 
and entertainment. 
Commenting on the partnership NTB Director/CEO Renuka Fernando stated, “This is the start of a great partnership and we are excited to introduce Diners Club International to the Sri 
Lankan market. 

The cards business is a vital component of our bank’s growth strategy and we are confident that through our association with such global brands, which are recognized and valued for their service excellence, we are able to deliver the best-in-class service to our Sri Lankan consumer as well as the guests of our nation.As Nations Trust Bank embarks on its next decade, we look forward to nurturing and building successful brands, leveraging merchant partnerships, harnessing the latest technological innovations and we pledge to continue to unveil product and service enhancements that are designed to elevate 
consumer experience.”

Diners Club International Ltd is a direct banking and payment services company owned by Discover Financial Services, one of the most recognized brands in the U.S. financial services. 
The bank operates 92 branches across the country with an ATM network that covers 130 locations and is the issuer and sole acquirer for Diners Club International cards in Sri Lanka.  

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