Financial Times

Company directors course from CIMA/SLID


The Company Directors Course organised by the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) in collaboration with the Sri Lanka Institute of Directors (SLID) for the part three years will once again be held this year from July 23-25 at the CIMA auditorium.

CIMA said this programme is seen as the most successful of its kind in Sri Lanka with over 50 business leaders taking time off to attend the course every year. The programme will be led by a panel highly experienced professionals, including Dr Dayanath Jayasuriya, Attorney-at-Law; Managing Partner, Regulatory and Compliance Policy Consultants (Pvt) Ltd, Singapore and Member Singapore Institute of Directors; Sarath Fernando, Chief Executive Officer, Bogawantalawa Plantations Ltd; Reyaz Mihular, Partner, KPMG Ford Rhodes Thornton; Mallik de Silva, Group Finance Manager, Richard Pieris & Co Ltd andAdrian Perera, Chief Executive Officer, RAM Ratings (Lanka) Ltd

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