DFCC Vardhana Bank (DVB), Sri Lanka’s fastest growing commercial bank, recently expanded its network with its most recent branch opening in Mount Lavinia. The ceremonial opening of the new DVB branch took place on Thursday 19 June and was attended by Lakshman Silva, Chief Executive Officer, DFCC Vardhana Bank Arjun Fernando, CEO DFCC Bank, Dhanasiri Amaratunga, Mayor of the Dehiwala Mount Lavinia Municipal Council along with DVB’s senior management and staff.
The new DVB branch located at No. 295, Galle Road, Mount Lavinia will provide support and allow better access to quick and efficient commercial banking facilities to all business and retail customers in the area. Mount Lavinia is one of the largest and more affluent suburbs outside of Colombo. The new DVB branch provides access to a full range of commercial banking services, including retail and business banking services such as current accounts, savings accounts, children’s savings accounts, seniors' savings accounts and fixed deposits. The banking services offered also include personal loans, housing loans, education loans, vehicle leasing, gold jewellery pawning loans, business loans, LCs, foreign currency products such as NRFC, RFC and NNRFC and money transferring via Western Union. DVB also offers the latest technologies with online banking services, a 24/7 call centre, access to over 500 ATMs through its own and partner ATM networks which allow unlimited withdrawals at zero cost. The bank believes that its success is due to an unwavering commitment to maintaining high levels of customer service which attracts loyal customers and drives business growth.
DFCC Vardhana Bank celebrates 11 years of excellence in the financial services industry, continuing to be one of the fastest growing banks in the country; leading the economy with financial inclusivity while spreading warmth, fellowship and stability in the local community. The latest addition to the DVB network in
Mount Lavinia adds to the bank’s commitment to expand its network footprint with 137 branches and extension offices, which also include 62 units across the Sri Lanka postal network.