Bank of Ceylon (BOC) relocated its Gampaha branch to a new premise as the 80th anniversary commemoration branch offering greater convenience to BOC’s customers. Located along Colombo Road, Gampaha, the new branch is also connected to the rest of its 634 island wide branches through its centralized network. This enables real time transaction processing whilst facilitating a wide array of unmatchable banking services to its customers.
Deshabandu Karu Jayasuriya, Speaker of the Parliament and Eranga Senanayake, Mayor of Gampaha Municipal Council were also present at the opening of the Gampaha branch.
Ronald C Perera, President’s Counsel and Chairman, Bank of Ceylon; Kumar Mayadunne, Non-Executive Director and Russel Fonseka, Acting General Manager/CEO formally inaugurated the Branch.
C Amarasinghe, DGM – Sales & Channel Management, BOC; Indrani Keerthirathne, Acting AGM Western Province North, members of the Corporate and Executive Management, as well as Koshila Jayasooriya, Gampaha Super Grade Branch Manager, staff members, retired staff of the Bank, representatives of the Gampaha business community and well-wishers were present at the opening ceremony as well.
This landmark branch is powered by latest technologies and digitalized channels introduced by the bank , in order to match the evolving lifestyles of Sri Lankans.
The bank is further committed to providing its customers a novel digital banking experience through B App and Smart Pass Book App with an advanced and secure platform. Smart FD and online application for loan and savings accounts are also among the digital banking services available to customers.
The newly relocated BOC branch in Gampaha has extended its green banking practices, other than promoting digital banking to minimize its carbon foot print. This was achieved by building the Gampaha Super Grade Branch under the Bank’s ‘Green Banking Concept’ with the branch connected to the national grid.