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ComBank announces revised deposit values for ‘Millionaire’ Investment Plan

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A committed fixed monthly deposit can begin the journey to millionaire status following an upward revision of the interest rate applicable to the popular aspiration-linked ‘Millionaire’ Investment Plan of the Commercial Bank of Ceylon to 15% per annum.

Reflecting the upward movements of interest rates, Sri Lanka’s benchmark private sector bank has announced the new monthly deposit requirements for two to six-year plans. Plans culminate in the depositor amassing the milestone million-rupee account balance, under this unique investment plan originally launched in 2015.

Accordingly, a fixed monthly deposit for over two years, guarantees the depositor an amount of Rs 1 million and a deposit of half that value, will enable the depositor to accrue a balance in two years, or to become a millionaire in four years, the Bank said.

Designed to be a flexible, easy-to-manage investment plan that generates expected returns within a targeted period of time, Commercial Bank’s Millionaire account enables customers to build up a minimum balance or multiples with no upper limit on the targeted investment over a period of two, three, four, five or sixyears. The product retains another popular feature – the eligibility of the depositor to borrow an amount equivalent to up to 75% of his or her cumulative balance for any urgent requirement during the term of the investment plan.

Described as an aspiration-linked investment plan that enables account holders to build up a target amount within a specific period without a high initial investment, the ‘Commercial Bank Millionaire Investment Plan is designed primarily to cater to a segment that needs to fast track savings for specific purposes such as purchase of assets, children’s or own education or weddings.

Available to any Sri Lankan over 18 years of age, the investment plan also allows depositors to nominate beneficiaries to receive the total amount invested, without any penalty charge, in the event of their demise before maturity.

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