National Savings Bank


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National Savings Bank

A state-owned bank in Sri Lanka specializes in taking deposits for checking and savings accounts and other retail banking services. It also conducts postal banking in conjunction with the Sri Lankan Post. It was established in 1971.
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He is understood to have been a long standing official with the National Savings Bank Social and Sports Association.
The National Savings Bank of Sri Lanka is the largest saving bank in Sri Lanka with over 100 Branches and other savings outlets across the country.
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