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Mangalore Catholic Cooperative Bank shifts branch

Published On : 28 Jun 2016   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network

Karkala: “A customer should not be confined to business. Good rapport and relationships with the customer bring about development. With it the individual, society and business can achieve progress.

When the customer is seen only with business in mind, he can only receive interest from the bank,” said Attur St Lawrence church parish priest Fr George Thomas D'Souza. He spoke after inaugurating the newly shifted branch of MCC Bank in Karkal.

Church priest Fr Josvy Fernandes speaking after blessing the branch, said that the bank's aim is everybody's progress. “Hard work is necessary to reach the goal. Only then we can achieve success,” he said.

KMES educational institute president K S Imthiaz speaking after inaugurating the business cabin said that customer's satisfaction is the foundation for the prosperity of the bank. “Pygmy deposits are the hope of the common man,” he said.

Former MLA H Gopala Bhandary speaking on the occasion, said that the contributions of Catholics to education and health sectors in undivided Dakshina Kannada district are immense. “It is necessary that
banks stress on social work instead of only making profit,” he said.

MCC Bank chairman Francis Cutinha presided over the programme. Jerald D'Silva welcomed the gathering. Alwyn Satrov, Sunil Menezes, building owner Naveen Devadiga and others were present. Branch manager Sharan Pinto proposed the vote of thanks.

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