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Pan Asia Bank wins big at the LankaPay Technovation Awards

July 4, 2017
Mr Harsha Kurukulasuriya – AGM Operations and Credit Administration of Pan Asia Bank is seen accepting the award. Also in the picture from left : Mr Channa de Silva – General Manager/CEO (LankaClear (Pvt) Ltd), Mr. Sarath Silva – Former Chairman (LankaClear (Pvt) Ltd, Mr. Sunimal Weerasooriya – Former General Manager/CEO (LankaClear (Pvt) Ltd), Mr Harsha Kurukulasuriya – AGM Operations and Credit Administration of Pan Asia Bank, Mr Charitha Karunarathna – Manager Products & ATL Communications of Pan Asia Bank & Mr Asanka Theodore- Manager Central Operations of Pan Asia Bank.

True to its brand of promise of being “The Understanding Bank”, Sri Lanka’s fastest growing commercial bank, Pan Asia bank, bagged two awards at the recently concluded Lankapay Technovation Awards 2017.
Being adjudged as the ‘ Best Common ATM acquirer of the year in Category C & winner of the merit award for ‘ Bank of the year in Customer Convenience’ in Category C speak volumes of the quality of service and convenience offered by Pan Asia Bank to its prestigious customers.
Commenting on the awards Mr Harsha Kurukulasuriya – AGM Operations and Credit Administration of Pan Asia Bank stated that these two awards are an inspiration to Pan Asia Bank’s commitment towards understanding customer requirements and satisfy same with innovative financial solutions. “This shows the exceptional level of confidence that the public of this country has placed on us, regardless of whether they are banking with us or not. Recognition of Pan Asia Bank at both National Level and International Level award ceremonies show the triumphs of Pan Asia Bank in the journey it has embarked on to place itself as the ‘The understanding bank’ in the hearts of its customers” commented Mr Kurukulasuriya.
Organized by LankaClear, the LankaPay Technovation Awards 2017 honors banking and non-banking institutions for their commitment and excellence in using innovative technology to promote digital transactions in Sri Lanka.