Sri Lanka Technology Excellence Awards 2023 Winner: Hatton National Bank PLC

Sri Lanka Technology Excellence Awards 2023 Winner: Hatton National Bank PLC

Join Christopher Thuraisingham, Head of Process Excellence (Services), and Tyrone Hannan, Head of Custody and Trustee Services, at Hatton National Bank PLC (HNB) as they unveil the cutting-edge technology that earned HNB the Sri Lanka Technology Excellence Award for Robotics – Banking at the Asian Technology Excellence Awards.

Learn how RPA integration in Custody Banking and Trustee Service has revolutionised customer experience and productivity, setting new benchmarks and reinforcing HNB's leadership in the banking industry. Read more.

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