Bank of Maldives has continued to scale up its investment in B. Atoll with the introduction of a new Self Service Banking ATM in Dharavandhoo.
The new ATM is part of the Bank’s MVR 300 million investment program to expand banking services and financial inclusion across the country. In addition to the usual cash withdrawal facilities, it will support local individuals and businesses to deposit and transfer money on a 24/7 basis.
The ATM was officially inaugurated at a ceremony held on the island today. BML’s Deputy CEO and Director of Operations Mohamed Shareef commented, “We are delighted to be able to support the people, businesses, and economy of Dharavandhoo with our ongoing investment program. The new Self-Service Banking ATM represents an important milestone in making banking services widely accessible to the people of this country.”
With a nationwide network of 34 branches across all 20 atolls, 84 ATMs, 4,000 Point of Sale merchants, 200 cash agents, 26 Self Service Banking Centres and 5 Dhoni Banking Units, as well as a full suite of Digital and Online Banking Services, Bank of Maldives is committed to supporting individuals, businesses and communities across Maldives.