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Dilith, Varuni join directorate at Reefcomber

Dilith Jayaweera and Varuni Amunugama Fernando, founders of the Triad Advertising Group, have been appointed new directors at Hotel Reefcomber after one of their subsidiary companies, Imagewise, bought a sizable stake in the hotel last week.

They replace Dhammika Perera and Nimal Perera, whose Amaya Leisure Group, sold its 51% stake in Reefcomber to Imagewise and Raynor Silva from the ABC Group (8%). Imagewise has a 12 % stake but has said it planned to increase its control and also look at other options in the burgeoning leisure industry which has drawn many new players in post-war Sri Lanka.

The changes in the directorate including the appointment of C.J. (Chandra) Wickremasinghe as the new chairman were announced by the company on Monday to the Colombo Stock Exchange.

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