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DFCC Bank offers customers a seamless digital experience in banking

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DFCC Bank, one of the fastest growing commercial banks in Sri Lanka, continues to reaffirm their promise to customers of being the bank for everyone by revolutionizing the banking experience of its customers, through digital transformation that has placed the bank ahead of the curve. With the ongoing pandemic, the bank is actively driving digital innovations to facilitate customers to experience a seamless banking experience with a wide range of digital tools tailor made to cater to these challenging times.

DFCC Virtual Wallet, the first mobile wallet launched in the banking industry in 2015 was upgraded recently by adding a new user interface and 18 new features such as checking bank balances, interest rates, maturity dates on fixed deposits and loan balances, due date etc. Customers are also able to add their DFCC credit cards onto their wallet and view the credit card details, card limits available balance, minimum payment due, payment due date, card status, cash back rewards value, card transactions and credit card statements of the last 3 months. Existing DFCC Customers can download the app and self-onboard using their debit cards or call the hotline and activate the wallet.

Furthermore, fund transfers are enabled within DFCC Bank accounts, CEFT transactions to any other bank accounts and paying other bank credit cards via CEFT has also been enabled. In addition, customers can download or share the CEFT transfer confirmation receipt to beneficiaries and also have the option to top up the wallet and make bill payments to mobile and telecommunication service providers, utility services, insurance providers, send money to mobile request funds. Moreover, the card less withdrawal feature available in the DFCC Virtual Wallet has also enable customers to withdraw cash from nearly 135 DFCC ATMs and 52 CRMs island wide.

The DFCC Bank website has re-launched with novel features such as, an online application to open savings and special deposit accounts, applying online for a credit card of your choice, and even browsing through a credit card promotions page which is sorted based on the preference of the customer. The site is integrated with DFCC Chatz (Chat bot, live chat and video chatz) to provide prompt service. The site boasts a credit card comparison matrix, allowing customers to select their preferred credit card and apply for the same. A new feature which permits customers to add promotions to their Google calendar has been introduced to ensure customers do not miss out on credit card offers.



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HNB joins CBSL to promote ‘Rata Purama LANKAQR’ campaign in Kandy

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HNB PLC once again joined the Central Bank of Sri Lanka (CBSL) to promote the ‘Rata Purama LANKAQR’ campaign to raise awareness and encourage the public in the Kandy district towards a cashless payment ecosystem.

HNB, together with other financial institutions and telecommunication partners, participated in the day-long event held at the Kandy City Center. The bank raised awareness regarding its LANKAQR integrated HNB SOLO payment app while onboarding merchants during the promotional campaign.

“During the early stages of the pandemic we witnessed many of our customers and members of the public seamlessly adopt our cashless and contactless payment app HNB SOLO. With COVID and the subsequent launch of the ‘Rata Purama LANKAQR’ campaign the number of users of these types of systems have increased exponentially.

“Given that the mutual vision of the Central Bank of Sri Lanka and HNB is for a financially and technologically empowered Sri Lanka, HNB is proud to serve as an enthusiastic partner to roll out LANKAQR island-wide. The fact that we now have merchants in the cultural capital of Sri Lanka making this shift is another major milestone in this digitalization journey,” HNB Deputy General Manager – Retail and SME Banking, Sanjay Wijemanne said.

 

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ComBank’s ATM network sets new records for cash dispensed during festive season

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The automated teller machine (ATM) network of Commercial Bank of Ceylon dispensed a record Rs 8.818 billion on 9th and 10th April 2021, shattering the previous records for the highest and second highest cash disbursements for a 24-hour period, as Sri Lanka’s leading private bank facilitated the celebration of the Sinhala and Tamil New Year.

The disbursements of Rs 4.498 billion on April 9 and Rs 4.320 billion on the following day represented a substantial increase over the single-day values recorded in previous years.

In total, Commercial Bank dispensed Rs 41.748 billion via its ATM network between 1st and 15th April 2021 at an average of Rs 2.783 billion per day, reaffirming the indispensable role it plays in the lives of Sri Lankans, as well as the reliability and robustness of the network. On seven of these 15 days the network dispensed more than Rs 2 billion a day, and on five days disbursements exceeded Rs 3 billion a day, the Bank said.

Comprising of 890 ATMs, the network processed 2.434 million transactions over the 15 days at an average of 168,988 transactions a day, while on 9th April, the number of transactions processed totalled 233,990 at an average of 9,749 transactions per hour or 162 transactions per minute.

The first Sri Lankan bank to be listed among the Top 1000 Banks of the World and the only Sri Lankan bank to be so listed for 10 years consecutively, Commercial Bank operates a network of 268 branches in Sri Lanka. The Bank’s overseas operations encompass Bangladesh, where the bank operates 19 outlets; Myanmar, where it has a Microfinance company in Nay Pyi Taw; and the Maldives, where the bank has a fully-fledged Tier I Bank with a majority stake.

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‘Ceylinco VIP Cyber Tharu’ to showcase Sri Lankan talent

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Ceylinco General Insurance has announced an online competition with a novel concept to showcase Sri Lankan talent by providing a platform for them with the opportunity to win handsome cash prizes.

“This time, our effort is to organize an online competition that provides an opportunity for Sri Lankan people to display their talent and also to identify hidden talents whilst rewarding them. There will be five overall winners whose prize money will be over Rs. 1 million and each category winner will get Rs 100,000/-. Ten randomly picked voters too will receive handsome cash awards,” said Patrick Alwis, chairman CEO of Ceylinco General Insurance.

The guidelines and the criteria of the competition were announced recently through a dedicated website and other social media platforms: Facebook, Instagram, twitter, You Tube as well as LinkedIn. Contestants can perform under five categories, namely, singing, dancing, instrumental performances, fashion modelling and funny videos / Standup comedy. Individuals over 18 years could perform under the individual category whilst the group category will have no age limit.

Under the group category either families or a group of friends could take part. Each entry will have to be specially recorded for this competition. Prior to recording the performance, they should download the image of the logo and have it displayed prominently in the background. Performances could be recorded using a smart phone or a video cam.

 

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