MBSL Savings Bank, reached another milestone in expanding their banking network by upgrading and relocating its Moratuwa branch office, which is now located at 371 Galle Road, Moratuwa.
This is the fourth branch for the bank, to be upgraded and relocated for the convenience of their customers and will be open Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Gracing this occasion was MBSL Savings Bank Chairman M.R. Shah, CEO Sujam Ratnayake, Group Director Dr. Ranjith Bandara, the Sri Lanka Foundation Institute Chairman Dr. Thiran De Silva, Directors of MBSL Savings Bank and staff members from both Moratuwa branch and the Head office and other branches were present.
Addressing the gathering Ratnayake said, that the MBSL Savings Bank was proud and honoured to be in the city of Moratuwa and the newly upgraded office will allow them to better serve their existing clients, as well as build new financial relationships in the area and its surrounding communities.
He explained that the Motaruwa office has a team of friendly, professional and well versed members to assist each customers query and offered a host of other facilities which consisted of a complete range of products and services from savings accounts, fixed deposits, savings schemes for children and home loan facilities, leasing and hire purchase, all of which can be customised to suit the individual needs and will meet the financial needs of both existing and new clients in the area.
Chairman Shah also endorsed this statement and added MBSL Savings Bank has today emerged as a dynamic and fast growing bank with a solid financial stability and a leading market share creating value for all stakeholders. MBSL Savings Bank which is a subsidiary of Merchant Bank of Sri Lanka is also a subsidiary of Bank of Ceylon, the largest state owned Commercial Bank in the country and is a Licensed Specialised Bank (LSB), registered under Central Bank of Sri Lanka. All this add strength and stability to the bank and our customers can be assured that they can place their trust in us.”