DFCC Bank unveiled the latest addition to its off-site network at the MAS Fabric Park at MAS Intimates Thurulie. The DFCC MySpace Self-Banking Kiosk provides facilities for bill payments, institutional payments, mobile reloads, and more, including a Pay and Go Machine. Connected to the LankaPay network, the ATM also accepts all cards issued by local banks on the LankaPay network, along with both local and foreign-issued JCB cards, for cash withdrawals, providing maximum connectivity and interoperability.
Aasiri Iddamalgoda, SVP of Business Banking at DFCC Bank, said, “We are very pleased to announce that our DFCC MySpace Self-Banking Kiosk is now fully-operational at the MAS Fabric Park. We take this opportunity to appreciate the support we have received from MAS and look forward to serving the community in the area. Convenient access to banking and financial services is crucial in the modern age. Alongside our extensive digital offering, DFCC Myspace helps to bridge the gap between the digital and real worlds. We invite all community members in the area to visit our new off-site service point and enjoy the most \convenient and user-friendly banking experience, 24/7.”
DFCC Bank’s MySpace Self-Banking Kiosk at MAS Fabric Park, MAS Intimates Thurulie, was opened amidst a ceremony conducted in partnership with DFCC Bank and the Fair Trade and Joint ConsultativeCommittee at MAS Intimates. Among the guests of note was Aasiri Iddamalgoda, SVP Head of Retail Banking & SME, VP of Digital Strategy; Dinesh Jebamani, VP/Regional Manager Region 05; Terrance Etugala and Branch Manager Kegalle Sanjaya Jayatilale and HR Manager MAS intimates Hiran Kularatne, Iranga Jayawickrama General Manager – Intimates, Sales/Digital Team of DFCC and staff of MAS intimates attached to Fairtrade and joint consultative committee.
DFCC Bank is ranked among Business Today’s Top 40 Corporates in Sri Lanka.