BML to establish ATMs in four islands

A Bank of Maldives (BML) customer uses a debit card to withdraw cash from an ATM. (File Photo/Sun)

Bank of Maldives (BML) has announced that it will establish ATMs in four islands of the country.

The islands where the new ATMs are to be established are:

  • N. Kendhikulhudhoo
  • K. Guraidhoo
  • A.A. Thoddoo
  • Th. Thimarafushi

BML said that the efforts were a part of the company's initiative to broaden its operations in atolls and increase its assistance to the community.

The ATMs will have the latest security features.

BML's Managing Director Tim Sawyer said that the bank was undertaking important investments to provide modern banking services to different regions of the country.

The ATM will also increase the banking platform and BML said that it was set to increase self-service ATMs among other services. 

BML has 38 branches in 20 atolls of the country, including 55 self-service banking centers, 116 ATMs, 277 cash agents.