Bank of Maldives (BML) has opened a self-service banking ATM center at ADh. Dhangethi.
BML said that the ATM center was established in conjunction with its ongoing investment program to support local communities through expanding its banking services across the country.
The newly opened ATM center will be accessible for customers on a 24/7 basis. BML reports that the ATM is equipped with the most updated security features ensuring safe and secure transactions for all customers. Individuals and businesses registered with the bank can fulfill their needs of cash withdrawals, cash deposits and cash transfers from the center.
Following the opening of the new ATM center – BML’s CEO, Managing Director Tim Sawyer noted that the Bank now has ATM centers at four islands in Alifu Dhaalu Atoll.
“We are delighted to expand our self-service banking with an additional ATM in Dhangethi. The Bank now has ATM centers in four islands of Alif Dhaalu Atoll – Dhangethi, Dhigurah, Mahibadhoo and Maamigilli – to provide easy access to basic banking services,” he had said.
Moreover, the Bank had recently upgraded its self-service banking ATM center located in the new premises of Mahibadhoo Branch.
BML is the largest local bank operating in the country at present comprising of a nationwide network of 35 branches across all 20 atolls, 74 self-service banking centers, 135 ATMs, over 200 cash agents and a full suite of digital banking services.