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Vallibel Finance, one of the country’s most progressive financial solutions service providers, is the latest entrant to Sri Lanka’s Interbank Payment System (SLIPS) operated by by LankaClear (Pvt) Ltd.

Customers transacting at all 23 Vallibel Finance branches island wide can now affect same day transfer of funds to every single personal and corporate account in the country through the LankaPay SLIPS Electronic Fund Transfer Network. Customers can transfer up to Rs.5 million per transaction, and the advent of Vallibel Finance also enables the company to extend an innovative new range of technology-based services to its fast growing customer base.

“Vallibel Finance has manifested itself as one of the most trusted and easily accessible financial institutions in Sri Lanka,” says its Managing Director, Jayantha Rangamuwa.  “Our philosophy from the outset has been to provide a broad range of services to all Sri Lankans with simplicity and ease. Having successfully driven transformation and serving as an enabler at all levels, our advent to the ‘LankaPay’ network will help us drive the next wave of advancements in service to our customers, as we enter this fast-paced, secure realm of electronic payments.” Rangamuwa avers.
LankaPay SLIPS Electronic Fund Transfer services can be accessed island wide at over 3,000 branch locations of member institutions which comprise of all state banks & commercial banks and a large number of leading non-banking financial institutions. The banking and financial sector has gained significant advantage through the SLIPS network, with corporate and individuals alike using derived services to add value to their business and enhance the ease of transacting. LankaClear introduced same day fund transfer to Sri Lanka with SLIPS, and now also has put the technology in place for real-time transactions, which could be made use of by the bank customers by the end of the year with the banks joining the system.

“We are privileged to have Vallibel Finance on board electronic fund transfers, as LankaPay extends the reach of Sri Lanka’s fastest and most secure electronic transaction network. Technology is a great leveler – it carves inclusivity, and also offers a significant competitive advantage. The growing volume of transactions lends testimony to the maturity achieved by LankaPay SLIPS in our market. The advancements we proffer via the next wave of innovations with LankaPay SLIPS and our extended technology platforms promise much excitement for Sri Lanka’s business and growth prospects,” remark Sunimal Weerasooriya, Chief Executive Officer and General Manager of LankaClear.
About Vallibel Finance

Vallibel Finance the rising star of the finance industry, in Sri Lanka. The company was established in 1974 and through the years has built a strong reputation as one of Sri Lanka’s most trusted financial organizations. With a total Deposit Base of over Rs. 10.4 billion, Vallibel Finance is proud of the trust placed by the General Public and the Company is backed by the Powerful Vallibel Conglomerate headed by Mr.Dhammika Perera.

“Vallibel Finance portfolio includes a host of services affording people with the best of financial Products such as, Leasing, Hire Purchase, Personal Loans, Micro Finance, Pawning, Group Personal Loans, Mortgage Loans and Fixed Deposits; all tailor-made for individual needs.

Vallibel Finance is licensed by the Monetary Board of the Central Bank of Sri Lanka under the Finance Business Act No. 42 of 2011 and has a rating of BBB- by RAM Ratings Lanka
About LankaClear

LankaClear (Pvt) Limited, one of the country’s most successful public-private partnerships, is Sri Lanka’s national payment infrastructure provider. The company is jointly owned by the Central Bank of Sri Lanka and all Commercial Banks in the country. LankaClear’s product offering include the Cheque Imaging And Truncation System (CITS), “LankaPay” - Common Payment Network, Common ATM Service / SLIPS Electronic Money Transfer Service,  LankaSign Certification Authority  and Bank CSIRT (Bank Computer Security Incident Response Team ) among several other critical payment system infrastructure offerings. 

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