Abdullah Tamman al Mashani, deputy general manager – institutional sales & products development, signed the agreement on behalf of Bank Muscat and Palitha Perera, assistant general manager – operations, signed on behalf of CBC, in the presence of J H Liyanage from the Embassy of Sri Lanka; Pradeep Banduwansa, chief manager, e-banking CBC, management team members from Bank Muscat, and prominent Sri Lankan community members.
With the new facility benefiting 12,000-strong Sri Lankan community in the sultanate, Bank Muscat customers can make mobile banking remittances to Sri Lanka by direct credit to beneficiary account with CBC or credit to beneficiary account with third party banks in Sri Lanka. Mashani said, “Bank Muscat is delighted to join hands with CBC, facilitating value added services to customers, especially the Sri Lankan community in Oman. Bank Muscat is focused on ensuring market leading and state-of-the-art products and services for customers. The new remittance service to Sri Lanka reiterates the bank’s commitment to expanding world-class banking services. The customer-centric strategy of the bank will continue to enhance value added services.”
Liyanage said, “We congratulate the two leading banking institutions on the tie-up which is a boon for the Sri Lankan community in Oman. The technology-driven secure remittance facility ensures convenience.”
Perera said, “Commercial Bank is proud to tie up with Bank Muscat for the remittance service. The synergy between the two leading banks will significantly benefit the Sri Lankan community in the sultanate.”
In line with the ‘Let’s Do More’ vision and focus on innovation to provide a distinct banking experience, the upgraded feature-rich mobile banking application by Bank Muscat facilitates unique services to do more banking from anywhere, anytime.
Winner of the coveted His Majesty Sultan Qaboos Award for the Best Public eService, Bank Muscat’s mBanking is Oman’s preferred mobile banking service.