Sampath Bank rewarded with "The Best TV Commercial of the Year" (1st Runner Up) at the 23rd Sumathi Awards
Sampath Bank has received the “The Best TV Commercial of the Year” award (1st Runner Up) for Sampath Randiriya TV commercial at the 23rd Sumathi Awards held at the Nelum Pokuna Mahinda Rajapaksa Theatre on 29th August 2018.
Ms. Nadi B Dharmasiri, Head of Marketing accepted the award on behalf of the Bank at the event, in the presence of renowned personalities from teledrama, film, media and the business community.
Organized by the Sumathi Group of Companies, the annual awards seek to recognize outstanding work in and contributions to Sri Lanka’s television industry. And we, Sampath Bank, bagged the award in the special category for the Best TV commercials in the country.
In line with its commitment to providing the highest levels of service to its customers, Sampath Bank commissioned a drive-through automated teller machine (ATM) at its Colombo Super Branch premises located at 103, Dharmapala Mawatha, Colombo 07. The ATM was ceremonially unveiled by Mr. Nanda Fernando, Managing Director, Sampath Bank, in the presence of members of the Bank’s Corporate Management.
The drive-through ATM provides Sampath Bank customers with a host of services including cash withdrawals, Cardless Cash facility, credit card settlements, utility bill payments, mobile cash facilities, balance inquires and many more. Located securely within the branch premises, it provides an added layer of safety and convenience as patrons of the ATM can drive in through a dedicated entry driveway and access its services from within their vehicles, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
Another milestone is created in the history of Sri Lankan Banking industry by Sampath Bank with the launch of first Banking Robot today. The ceremonial opening was graced by Mr Nanda Fernando, Managing Director of Smapath Bank at the Headquarters Branch.
The Banking Robot is an automated teller which uses artificial intelligence to understand vocal requests and perform the relevant transactions in the form of a humanoid robot.