In line with Sirisena’s appointment, the government has also appointed three new board directors to the National Savings Bank. Speaking at the duty assuming ceremony NSB Chairman stated that he will make efforts to achieve the future growth aspirations of NSB while reorganizing and transforming NSB as the leading financial institution of the country.
NSB faced various issues particularly the NSB-TFC deal during the last couple of months. However, according to Sirisena, NSB was committed to further provide efficient, innovative banking solutions to Sri Lankan customers. Sunil S. Sirisena is a old boy of the Dharmaraja College, Kandy and counts over 36 years of experience in the field of management.