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New appointments of Asst. Governors at Central Bank

Y A de Silva

W M Hemachandra

S Lankathilake

C J P Siriwardana

The Monetary Board of the Central Bank (CB) last week, promoted four senior officers holding director positions - Y A de Silva, Dr. W M Hemachandra, S Lankathilake and C J P Siriwardena as Assistant Governors. “These promotions have been made in line with the succession plan of the Bank to address the emerging challenges of the Central Bank,” the CB said.

Y A de Silva, former Director of Premises, was appointed Assistant Governor in-charge of Support Services (Security Services and Secretariat). Mr. de Silva has served the Bank for a period of 33 years with wide experience in the areas of Human Resources Management, Banking, Statistics, Rural Credit, Regional Development, Employees’ Provident Fund and physical infrastructure facilities management.

Dr. W M Hemachandra, former Director of Policy Review and Monitoring, was appointed Assistant Governor in-charge of Support Services (Finance and Information Technology).

He has served the Central Bank for a period of 29 years and has experience in the areas of Statistics, Economic Research, Public Debt, Staff Training and Policy Review and Monitoring. S. Lankathilake, former Director of Human Resources, was made Assistant Governor in-charge of Support Services (Human Resources Development and Premises). He has served the Central Bank for a period of 24 years and has experience in the areas of Training, Economic Research and Human Resources Management.

C J P Siriwardana, former Superintendent of Public Debt, became the the Assistant Governor in-charge of Economic Stability and Agency Functions (Statistics, Public Debt and Exchange Control).

Mr. Siriwardana has served the Central Bank for a period of 24 years and has experience in the areas of Training, Regional Development, Rural Credit, Economic Research and Public Debt.

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