HNB FINANCE extends footprint of its Gold Loan facility to Mullaitivu Branch


Leading integrated finance company, HNB FINANCE PLC, continues its efforts to expand island-wide access to its Gold Loan facility with its introduction to the branch in Mullaitivu. Located at No. 94, P.W.D. Road, Mullaitivu, the branch is open for business transactions from 8.30 am to 5 pm on weekdays.

Residents in and around the Mullaitivu city limits can now benefit from the holistic financial solution portfolio offered exclusively by HNBF. The new gold loan centre was ceremonially declared open by HNB FINANCE Regional Manager, Joseph John and Deputy Regional Manager, S. Mayuran, with strict regard to the COVID-19 regulations mandated by the government.

The Mullaitivu district is regarded an important hub for the agriculture and fisheries industry in Sri Lanka, a trade that has enabled the rapid development of the Mullaitivu city in recent years. Amid such positive economic development, the gold loan facility provided by HNBF will help meet the immediate cash requirements of the consumer and business community in the region in minimum time with the least hassle, while also ensuring that their gold assets are left in the most secure care.

The HNBF Mullaitivu branch is serviced by a team of experienced staff members who are fully geared to offer customers with an efficient, fully-fledged portfolio of comprehensive financial services and continues to remain deeply committed to safeguarding the trust of its loyal customer base, and to further enhance their lives and communities.


HNB FINANCE PLC was established in the year 2000 and is licensed as a registered Finance Company by the Monetary Board of the Central Bank of Sri Lanka. The company holds a National Long-term Rating at ‘A(lka)’; as affirmed by Fitch Ratings. Maintaining an extensive island-wide presence across 60 branches and 10 service Centers, HNB FINANCE offers a range of exceptional financial services which include Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) Loans as well as leasing, gold loans, housing loans, personal loans, savings and fixed deposits facilities.