The Commercial Bank of Ceylon recently opened its 269th branch in Sri Lanka in Kirillawala, a rapidly developing, verdant town known for its abundance of namesake kirilla trees and agricultural produce.
Located at No. 122/B Pahala Imbulgoda, Kirillawala, in the Gampaha district, the newly-opened branch is a fully-fledged banking operation that also offers an Automated Teller Machine (ATM), a Cash Recycler Machine (CRM) and a Cheque Deposit Machine (CDM) to extend around-the-clock digital services to customers in the vicinity. With the opening of this branch, Commercial Bank’s network of automated machines in Sri Lanka grows to 943 terminals.
As a branch situated in a centre of economic activity, the Kirillawala branch will provide residents and entrepreneurs in the area access to its versatile portfolio of products and services, including lending products such as personal loans, home loans, leasing facilities, and pawning facilities, in addition to SME banking services and a range of savings products.
Pictured here are Commercial Bank Chairman Prof. Ananda Jayawardane (second from right), Managing Director/CEO Mr Sanath Manatunge (second from left) and Chief Operating Officer Mr S. Prabagar (extreme left) accompanied by members of the corporate and senior management formally declaring the Kirillawala branch open.