MillenniumIT signs on as CA Sri Lanka Strategic Summit’s Gold sponsor

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Financial software and technology services company, MillenniumIT has come onboard as a gold sponsor to power the Strategic Summit, organized by the Business School of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Sri Lanka (CA Sri Lanka). 

 The Strategy Summit, dubbed as the biggest ever strategy event in the country, will feature seven international speakers; David Arvin, Greg Bernarda, Jeroen De Flander, Vusi Thembekwayo, Andrew Grant, Dr. Amith Kapoor, and Ravi Fernando, who will share latest insights on business strategy for emerging economies, while also focusing on innovation of business strategy and how firms could execute those innovative strategies in competitive environments in emerging market.

 MillenniumIT is a leading innovative trading technology business, and the company’s systems are used by exchange businesses around the world including London Stock Exchange, Borsa Italiana, Oslo Børs, Turquoise, the London Metal Exchange, Johannesburg Stock Exchange and a series of emerging market exchanges.

 The summit which will be held on July 29 and 30 at the Mount Lavinia Hotel, has received an overwhelming response after attracting over 300 high profile business leaders from Sri Lanka and overseas.  The participation profile includes; Chairmen, Managing Directors, Directors, CEOs, COOs, CFOs as well as Business Unit Heads representing local and foreign companies

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