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Do you need a short term investment account not less than 7 days Then this will be the best option for your money. Seylan Call Deposit gives you the opportunity to invest your Rupee funds or Foreign Currency Funds on a Call Account, with a higher interest.

  • Eligibility:

    Call Deposits accounts can be opened by: an individual, Limited companies, government corporation statutory boards, and other institutional organizations by the authorized personnel.

  • Benefits:

    • Minimum Term Period of 7 days
    • Interest calculated daily
    • Island wide branch network

How to get started
  • Documents Required:
    • National Identity Card
    • Valid Passport or Valid Driving license which carries the national identity card number
    • If the address differs from the given document a billing proof not less than 3 months should be submitted.
    • Any document required from the bank for KYC purpose
  • Minimum Deposit:
    Rupee Call Deposit Above LKR 1,000,000/-

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    FCBU Call Deposit USD 10,000 or Equivalent from other designated currencies
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How can you earn interest for 3 months and 6 months Fixed Deposit?

At maturity.

What are the documents need to open a fixed deposit?

National Identity card or in the absence of it a valid driving license or valid passport containing the national identity card number. If the address differs from the given document a billing proof not less than 3 months should be submitted.

Can minors open fixed deposits?

Yes. Jointly with an adult (+18 Years).

Is it possible to uplift a fixed deposit placed jointly with a minor at any time?

No. Deposit could be withdrawn only after minor attend majority (18 Years).

Can I uplift the fixed deposit before maturity?

Yes. Deposit could be uplifted before maturity.

If I uplift the deposit before maturity, will I get the agreed interest rate?

No. Rate will be decided by the bank.