Bank of Maldives (BML) has announced yesterday, the expansion of its Self-Service Banking ATM centres in two islands of Gaafu Alif Atoll; Maamendhoo and Nilandhoo.
The ATM centres in these islands will provide 24-hour services including cash withdrawal, deposit and transfer services for local customers and business, according BML.
CEO and Managing Director of BML, Tim Sawyer stated, "We are in the midst of a global crisis that has severely affected the bank and the wider economy. However, we are committed to support local communities by providing banking services throughout the country and are pleased to support the community of Gaafu Alif atoll with the intrdocution of ATM centres in two different islands. The new ATMs will benefit the people and business of the island and ensure convenient banking services are widely accessible."
With the recent investments by the bank in Gaafu Alif atoll, the region currently comprises of 6 Self Service Banking ATMs and a single branch as well as cash agents in each inhabited island.
BML strongly encourages everyone to use Internet and Mobile banking instead of going straight to service centres during these uncertain times to avoid further spread of the virus.
If not registered for Internet Banking, an easier way has been introduced for customers to register without visiting a branch. Easily download the Application Form from the Bank of Maldives website, fill up all details and email it to the following email address at email@example.com.
With a nationwide network of 38 branches across all 20 atolls, 51 Self Service Banking Centres, 115 ATMs, 277 agents and a full suite of Digital Banking services, Bank of Maldives is committed to supporting individuals, businesses and communities across Maldives.
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