Bank of Ceylon Panadura City branch relocated | Daily News

Bank of Ceylon Panadura City branch relocated

With the intention of adding more convenience to people of Panadura area, Bank of Ceylon Panadura City branch was relocated at its new address Jayathilake Mawatha, Panadura recently.

The ceremony took place with Bank’s Chairman Kanchana Ratwatte and the General Manager D.P.K. Gunasekera as special invitees. Members of the bank’s Corporate and Executive Management, officials from the Bank’s Western Province South Office customers and other guests also participated.

Bank of Ceylon Panadura City Branch has been providing a dedicated service to the customers of the region through financial assistance to uplift their socio-economic wellbeing.

With the relocation of the branch at its new address, the Bank enhanced convenience of banking to its customers with spacious and more organized ambiance and extended digital banking services.

The Panadura City Branch will offer a wide array of banking services to its customers inclusive of deposit products such as current and local or foreign currency savings/ Fixed Deposit accounts and investment plans and loan products such as housing and personal loans, education loans, Leasing, pawning facilities and special loans schemes such as Divi Udana loan scheme. Customers can also avail themselves of Debit or Credit cards and international money transfer/remittances services. Bringing in the digital aspect of banking to every nook and corner in the country Bank of Ceylon has strategically developed number of fin-tech applications to assists its customers.

BOC Smart online banking, B-APP mobile banking and SmaprtPay QR scan mobile app assists customers to conduct daily banking transactions with convenience.

Especially during COVID 19 spread, where special precautions are necessary, BOC reminds customers to get on aboard with these cashless digital transaction modes and enjoy convenience of banking anytime from anywhere.

Despite the economic downturn due to the pandemic situation, Bank of Ceylon winded up the year on a healthy note with the highest asset base of Rs.2.9 Trillion and the highest deposit base of Rs.2.3 Trillion.