K. Male' | Humaam Ali | 21-February-2018 | Wednesday 15:59 | HumaamAli | Business | 1,305
Bank of Maldives (BML) has established two new ATMs in Addu City’s Gan International Airport and Hithadhoo Regional Hospital.
BML said the new ATMs will provide customers with more options to withdraw cash, and have been placed in convenient locations frequently accessed by the city’s residents.
The ATMs are part of its MVR 300m investment program to expand banking services and financial inclusion across the country.
Deputy CEO Mohamed Shareef said “We are pleased to officially inaugurate these new ATMs in Addu. Based at the airport and the hospital in Hithadhoo, they will support the banking needs of travelers and the many individuals and families who use the regional hospital.”
BML now has a nationwide network of 34 branches across all 20 atolls, 34 Self Service Banking Centres, 95 ATMs, 4,900 Point of Sale merchants, 230 agents and a full suite of Digital Banking services.
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