Published on Monday, 14 January 2013 00:29
Tun Foundation Bank, a private bank, is planning to open 25 more branches around the country this year, bank chairman Thein Tun said last week.
The bank aims to gain more customers by providing new banking services. MPU (Myanmar Payment Union) card services will be available for use at shopping centres this year. ATMs will be installed countrywide this month.
Tun Foundation Bank was established in 1994. The bank runs 14 branch offices around the country, including in Yangon, Mandalay, Nay Pyi Taw, Gyobingauk, Yenangyaing, Aunglan and Chauk.
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