Seylan Bank supports Colombo Motor Show for the 6th Consecutive Year I Sri Lanka Latest News

Seylan Bank enables the Colombo Motor Show as the official Banking Partner for the sixth consecutive year. The Colombo Motor Show 2023 is set to rev up the engines of excitement from the 17th to the 19th of November at the Sirimavo Bandaranaike Convention Centre, promising to be an exhilarating experience for auto enthusiasts and the general public, running from 10 am to 10 pm each day.

Serving as the Official Banking Partner, Seylan Bank will offer a comprehensive range of banking products and services to attendees. This includes attractive leasing facilities with special interest rates, credit cards, current and savings accounts with value additions, and a host of digital banking services.

Asiri Abhayaratne, Assistant General Manager – Marketing and Sales at Seylan Bank, expressed his enthusiasm for this enduring partnership, saying, “Seylan Bank’s association with the Colombo Motor Show for the past six years has been immensely appreciated by exhibitors and visitors alike. Our commitment to providing exceptional banking solutions to both automobile enthusiasts and industry stakeholders has helped fuel the growth of this crucial sector in Sri Lanka. We look forward to another successful year and are confident in the continued development of the automotive industry in our nation.”

With over 200 trade stalls on display, the Colombo Motor Show 2023 will feature a wide array of motor vehicles, motor accessories and spare parts, lubricants, tires, and batteries. Automobile enthusiasts can explore the opportunity to purchase vehicles through a flexible payment plan with special interest rates. This also gives customers the opportunity to tailor their lease repayment plan according to their income. Seylan Bank’s Leasing offers a repayment period of up to 7 years, while the unique Speed Drive Service allows customers to pay interest upfront and the capital amount later. Additionally, customers can obtain lease facilities against their own vehicles for working capital or any other financial needs.

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