Backed by over 20 years of experience in providing superior financial
services, leading integrated financial services provider HNB FINANCE, recently shifted its
branch in Anuradhapura to an expansive, modern four-storey premises located at No 64,
Abhaya Place, New Town. Its offices are open for business transactions from 8.30 am to 5.00
pm during weekdays.
To coincide with the relocation of the branch, a special awareness campaign was launched in
Anuradhapura to increase awareness of HNB FINANCE’s extensive and reliable portfolio of
services amongst the public. The branch is serviced by a team of experienced staff members
fully geared to offer customers with an efficient, fully-fledged portfolio of exceptional and
comprehensive financial services, including gold loans, business loans, personal loans, leasing
facilities, fixed deposits as well as micro and home loans.
The facility is aimed at further strengthening customer relationships in a much more
comfortable and efficient manner that is in line with the current health directives enforced in
the country. With HNB FINANCE’s time tested, trusted product portfolio and proven track
record of excellent customer dealings, the company hopes to continue to uplift the living
standards in this culturally rich and highly valued community in Anuradhapura, by enabling
access to a world class financial experience.
Ceremonially declared open under the patronage of HNB FINANCE Managing Director and
Chief Executive Officer Chaminda Prabhath, the inauguration was conducted under the
stringent health guidelines being enforced in Sri Lanka under the directive of the Ministry of
About HNB FINANCE
HNB FINANCE PLC was established in the year 2000 and is licensed as a registered Finance
Company by the Monetary Board of the Central Bank of Sri Lanka. The company holds a
National Long-term Rating at ‘A(lka)’; as affirmed by Fitch Ratings. Maintaining an extensive
island-wide presence across 60 branches and 10 service Centers, HNB FINANCE offers a range
of exceptional financial services which include Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) Loans as well
as leasing, gold loans, housing loans, personal loans, savings and fixed deposits facilities.