Mangalore: MCC Bank's Ashoknagar Branch Moves to New Premises
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Daijiworld Media Network – Mangalore (VM)
Mangalore, Jul 23: The new office of the Ashoknagar branch of MCC Bank was inaugurated at Poojary complex in Urwa Store here on Monday July 23.
Walter Nandalike, managing director of Daijiworld Media Pvt Ltd was the chief guest, who also inaugurated the new office.
Fr Walter Rodrigues, parish priest of St Dominic Guzman Church, Ashoknagar blessed the new premises and Fr Sunil Kumar, parish priest of Our Lady Fatima Church, Tannirbavi inaugurated the vault.
After the inauguration, a formal function was held at Samanvaya hall.
The programme began with lighting of the lamp by the dignitaries and Melvyn D’Cunha, chairman of MCC Bank presided over the function.
Walter Nandalike, Fr Sunil Kumar, Ronald Cutinha, director of Samanvaya, Dr Edward Nazareth, vice-president of MCC bank, and Laura D’Cunha, branch manager shared the dais.
Speaking on the occasion, Walter Nandalike said that he was honoured to attend the inaugural function and wished that MCC Bank reaches the standard of nationalized banks of India soon. He congratulated MCC Bank on its commendable achievement of completing a century of service, and wished success in all its future endeavours.
He also urged the chairman and the directors to work towards the introduction of NRE accounts soon, and lauded the Bank's efforts in going for core banking.
Melvyn D’Cunha in his presidential address briefed about MCC Bank's growth. "Core banking facility has been introduced in Hampankatta branch, and soon it will be implemented in all the 16 branches," he said.
He also announced that MCC Bank plans to begin ATM and NRE deposit facilities. "Soon the Bank will be able to compete with nationalized and other private banks," he said.
Dr Edward Nazareth welcomed the gathering, Anand Nazareth compered and Laura D’Cunha proposed the vote of thanks.
Jacintha Berromeo, Raymond D'Cunha, Valerian Pinto, Prem Lobo, Ozwald Rodrigues, Francis Cutinho, Adolphus Cutinho, Joseph Quadras, Vasanth Adyanthaya among others were present.