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Hatton National Bank PLC is a leading private bank in Sri Lanka with 256 branches and 452 ATMs. It has eight representative offices in the UAE, Bahrain, Italy, Oman, and Qatar. It is currently planning to expand to Myanmar and Cambodia.

Hatton National Bank PLC is was founded in 1939. and A.T Atkin established a small, private bank called Hatton Bank to cater to the needs of investors and laborers in Ceylon’s tea plantations.In 1948: Sri Lanka attained its independence and Brown & Co- engineering concern, bought the interests of the original investors. In 1961, the Sri Lankan government forbade foreign banks to accept deposits from Ceylonese nationals. 
This led to restructuring of the foreign bank presence in the Sri Lankan banking sector. In 1970 Hatton National Bank (HNB) was formed to take over Hatton Bank and the Kandy and Nuwara Eliya branches of Grindlays Bank. (Grindlays had inherited these branches from its merger with National Bank of India (NBI). NBI had established the branches in 1892. By giving up the two branches Grindlays earned the right to continue to operate its branch in Colombo, which NBI had established in 1881, serving corporate business.) 
A share issue shortly thereafter changed the ownership structure of Hatton National Bank. After the share issue, Brown & Co and National & Grindlays owned 37% and 28% each respectively, while 35% of the company was in public ownership.In 1974 HNB acquired Mercantile Bank of India’s branches in Pettah and Colombo, as well as a part interest in Mercantile (a subsidiary of HSBC since 1959, which retained its branch in Colombo).
More recently, in 1989 HNB acquired Emirates Bank International’s Colombo branch as well as their Sri Lankan Foreign Currency Banking Unit. Seven years after that, HNB acquired Banque Indosuez’s Colombo branch.
In 2000 HNB opened a representative office in Karachi, Pakistan, and another in Chennai, India. Two years later, HNB acquired the Sri Lankan branches of Habib Bank A.G. Zurich. HNB planned to use them as the base for the bank’s entry into Islamic banking.

Details of HEAD OFFICE

Location : HNB Towers,
No. 479, T. B. Jayah Mawatha (Darley Road),
837, Colombo 10, SriLanka.
Telephone : +94 11 266 4664, 
                    +94 11 266 2772, 
                    +94 11 476 4764
International : +94 11 244 6523

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Mr Rienzie Arseculeratne (Chairman)
Mr Jonatha Alles (Managing Director / Chief Executive Officer)
Ms M A R C Cooray
Dr Willie W Gamage
Dr Rohan Karunaratne
Mr L U D Fernando
Mr Sujeewa Mudalige
Ms D S C Jayawardena
Mr Rusi S Captain
Mr Amal Cabraal
Mr Palitha Pelpola
Mr D Soosaipillai
Mr A N De Silva

There are Hatton National Bank PLC Braches in Jaffna District

HNB Jaffna Metro 
Address :No. 177 179 Ponnampalam Rd¸ Jaffna
Email : jaffna.metro@hnb.lk
Jaffna
Address : No. 212, 214 Hospital Road,
JaffnaContact No : 021-2222787,
021-2223463, 021-4591827, 021-4591828
Email : jaffna@hnb.lk
Jaffna Stanley Road Customer Centre
Address : No.62, 64, Stanley Road, 
JaffnaContact No : 021-2228410
Email : stanlyrd@hnb.lk
Thirunelvely
Address : No. 5/7 Adiyapatham Road¸ Thirunelvely
Contact No : 021 – 4920299¸ 021 3207666¸ 021- 3207667
Email : thirunelvely@hnb.lk
Velanai
Address : Kurikadduvan Road¸ 
VelanaiContact No : 021-4920322¸ 021-4920324
Email : velanai@hnb.lk

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