Commercial Bank opens branch in Batticaloa

[TamilNet, Tuesday, 31 December 2002, 16:55 GMT]
"The climate of peace the past year has seen economy growing at a commendable rate. Buisness environment in the North East region is becoming more conducive for setting up private enterprises. We are keen to expand our branches in the North East," said Mahendra Amarasuriya, President of Commercial Bank, while opening a branch in Batticaloa yesterday.

Commercial Bank Officials
(L-R)Amita Gunaratne and Mahendra Amarasuriya
The new branch of the Commercial Bank in Bar Street was ceremonially opened by Amarasuriya and presided by S. Thevarajan the Manager of the Branch. Administrative Director of the Bank, Amita Gunaratne, also participated in the event.

Batticalo-Trincomalee Bishop Rev.Kingsley Swampillai, Government Agent R. Maunagurusamy, Municipal Council Commissioner S. Navaneethan, President of the Commercial Union, Rajan Sathiamoorthy and other key members of Batticaloa commercial sector attended the opening ceremony.

 

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