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Seylan Bank re-launches Thilina Sayura scheme

Seylan Bank recently re-launched its Thilina Sayura scheme with a range of attractive benefits and rewards.

It presents gifts and cash rewards to customers who have maintained a minimum balance of $500 (or equivalent designated currency) in savings or fixed deposits NRFC and RFC accounts.

Thilina Sayura also focuses on several important events in one's life - marriage, birth of a child, surgery at a private hospital and cataract surgery.

Account holders will also be reimbursed the charges of the Sri Lanka Bureau of Foreign Employment (SLBFE) up to Rs. 10,000 at the time of departure for overseas employment.

Thilina Sayura provides life insurance cover and loan facilities based on the balances maintained.

Seylan Bank's Deputy General Manager, International, Aruna Ranasinghe said, "Thilina Sayura is a unique scheme and possibly the only one of its kind in Sri Lanka's banking industry. This isn't a raffle but rather a scheme which assures a gift for everyone. In the past three years, the number of Sri Lankan migrant workers has increased rapidly. A parallel and new trend is the migration of specialised workers."

"As responsible corporate citizen we owe it to our migrant workers to give them the best possible deal for their hard earned money," he said.

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