Bank of Maldives (BML), on Thursday, opened a new self-service banking ATM centre in Guraidhoo, Kaafu Atoll, as part of its strategy to expand banking services to support local communities.
The centre will provide cash withdrawal facilities as well as deposit and transfer services to individuals and businesses on a 24-hour basis.
Following the establishment of the new ATM centre in Guraidhoo, Kaafu Atoll currently has two branches, four self-service banking centres and cash agents, in addition to the banking services available in the capital city of Male'.
"Opening of this ATM centre in Guraidhoo demonstrates our commitment to expand access to convenient banking services in the atolls. This also marks another important step in our ongoing investment program to benefit individuals, businesses and communities across the country", stated BML's CEO and Managing Director Tim Sawyer.
In 2020, BML opened new self-service banking ATM centres in nine islands and upgraded ATMs with self-service banking facilities in an additional five islands.
The main bank of Maldives operates a nationwide network of 35 branches across all 20 atolls, 66 Self Service Banking Centres, 127 ATMs, over 200 agents and a full suite of Digital Banking services. BML reiterated its commitment to supporting individuals, businesses and communities across the country.