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25 Jan 2023 | Wed 17:05
Bank of Maldives introduced self-service banking in Mathiveri on Wednesday
Bank of Maldives introduced self-service banking in Mathiveri on Wednesday
BML
Bank of Maldives
BML opens self-service banking ATM center in AA. Mathiveri
 
The center was inaugurated in an effort to support the island community and BML’s efforts to expand services in outlying atolls
 
With this, there are self-service banking centers in three islands of Alif Alif atoll presently
 
BML also has a branch in Rasdhoo island of the same atoll

Bank of Maldives (BML) has opened a self-service banking ATM center in one more island.

BML opened the center in Mathiveri island of Alif Alif atoll on Wednesday in an effort to support the island community and under the national bank’s ongoing efforts to expand its services in outlying atolls in support of island communities.

The center will support individuals and businesses in depositing and transferring money on a round-the-clock basis, in addition to the general cash withdrawal service.

The center houses a state-of-the-art multi-functional ATM and the bank has been continually investing in efforts to support local communities, BML revealed in a statement.

With this, there are self-service banking centers in three islands of Alif Alif atoll presently including Thoddoo, Ukulhas and Mathiveri.

BML also has a branch in Rasdhoo island of the same atoll.

BML’s CEO and Managing Director Karl Stumke revealed that the center will allow individuals and businesses access to convenient banking services without the need to travel to a nearby branch.

We are delighted to support the community of Mathiveri with the new Self Service Banking Centre. This centre will allow individuals and businesses access to convenient banking services without the need to travel to a nearby branch. We are now proud to have more than 140 ATMs spread across the country, representing the widest banking network.”
Karl Stumke, Managing Director and CEO of BML.

BML remains committed to support individuals, businesses and communities across the nation, with a nationwide network of 35 branches across all 20 atolls, 83 self-service banking centers, 141 ATMs, over 200 agents and a full suite of digital banking services.

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