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HDFC opens new branch in Nittambuwa
HDFC Bank, the premier housing finance bank, enters Nittambuwa town recently with the opening of its newest branch. This is the 34th branch of the Bank. The branch was ceremonially declared open by the Chairperson Mrs. SiromiWickramasinghe, in the presence of HDFC Bank CEO/GM Mr.Nimal Mamaduwa, Chief operations Officer Mr. S.Dissanayake, Chief Finance Officer Mr.D.Vidana Pathirana, Chief Manager (Business Development & Marketing) Mrs. H.S.Gunathilake, Western Province Regional Manager Mrs. Ramya Gunawardane ,Nittambuwabranch Manager Mr.U.S.B.Attanayake, members of the staff and other distinguished guests.

Mr. Chandana Kumara president of the Traders Association of Nittambuwa and many other invitees, customers and well-wishers were present at this occasion.

The opening of this branch, located at No: 48/1, Kandy Rd, Nittambuwa is in line with the Bank's objective to offer a wide portfolio of products and services to the people, in the area such as Housing Loans, Education Loans, Personal Loans, Leasing facilities. Savings Accounts, Children's Savings Accounts with an exciting gift scheme, Fixed Deposits, SME and Micro Finance.

The HDFC Bank wishes to push into deeper geographies which is a part of the Bank's mandate to bring unbanked families into the banking fold through its mobile banking service. The team of this branch will provide personalized service, based on the client's unique need and fulfill their financial requirements with necessary guidance.

"We are committed to providing efficient, technology driven banking products and services across the country through our network of 34 branches. Micro Finance is an important sector of the economy and forms the backbone of the country and our bank hopes to fulfill the needs and desires of this important segment of the society and with the opening of the Nittambuwabranch,we are confident that our endeavor will help in the economic development of Gampaha District, "said Mr. Nimal Mamaduwa CEO/GM, HDFC Bank.