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LB Finance PLC, Kegalle Branch, 7773-025

A bank code is a code assigned by a central bank of the country, a bank supervisory body or a Bankers Association in a country to all its licensed member banks or financial institutions. The rules vary to a great extent between the countries. Also, the name and nature of bank codes vary. In some countries, the bank codes can be viewed over the internet. These bank codes are used for wire transfer of funds between branches in the country or transfer of funds between different countries.

The following are the details of LB Finance PLC, Kegalle Branch

LB Finance PLC, Kegalle Branch, 7773-025
Bank name LB Finance PLC
Branch name Kegalle
Bank code 7773
Branch code 025
Country Sri Lanka

*The Bank Code information presented above is for reference only. Please verify Code details before initiating any transaction!

Bank and Branch Code for Kegalle branch of LB Finance PLC is 7773-025.

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