What is DFCC Bank?
Founded in 1955, DFCC Bank is one of the oldest development banks in Asia.
A unique institution; private sector in form but more like a public-private partnership in outlook, DFCC Bank was set up under an act of Parliament, to give rise to the post independent industrial growth through private sector participation.
Setting off to accomplish its mandate in unchartered territory, against a tapestry of changing political and economic scenarios, DFCC has for over half a century played an innovative and catalytic role in the development of the private sector with special support from the government which continues to date. DFCC’s role has not been confined to providing long term loans alone but one that has extended to capacity building and business facilitation.
DFCC Bank is proud to have been the wind beneath the wings of many trail-blazing entrepreneurs and enterprises in the country, particularly during their early and risky start-up stages. Today many of them are leading players in sectors such as agriculture, apparel, construction, food and beverages, healthcare, manufacturing, power, telecom and tourism.
The Bank has been a true pioneer, daring to lead the development of key sectors such as small and medium enterprises, resort hotels, mobile telecommunication and more recently renewable energy. The Bank also ventured into new and complementary areas of business such as investment banking, unit trusts, stock broking, venture capital and industrial estate management.
DFCC Bank overview
- Address: DFCC BANK PLC 73/5, Galle Road, Colombo 3. Sri Lanka
- Telephone : (94)-011-2350000
- Fax : (94)-011-2440376
- Swift Code : DFCCLKLX
- Email: email@example.com
- Website: https://www.dfcc.lk/
DFCC Bank Exchange Rate – Updated DFCC Bank Forex 2021
Here is the latest DFCC Bank foreign currency rates
Exchange rate tables: USD, EURO, Yuan, Yen, British Pound, Australia dollar,… of DFCC Bank are updated today.
|Currency Type||DD Buying||Currency Note Encashment||TT Buying||DD / TT Selling||Currency Note Selling|
|* Rate: Taka per unit foreign currency as at 2021/12/15 *|