LOLC Micro Credit awards best performers

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LOLC Micro Credit Ltd (LOMC), the largest microfinance company in Sri Lanka and a subsidiary of the LOLC group, held its fourth annual ‘Pillars of our Success’ best performer awards ceremony, to appreciate and recognise its star performers in sales and marketing. 

The event celebrated the exceptional annual performance of 46 sales and marketing personnel of LOMC. Top 10 best performers were selected from four categories including branch wise highest sales executions, IsuruDiriya Centre (IDC) highest sales executions, group lending highest sales volume and highest number of contracts. Three awards were presented for the highest sales executions in the individual loans category. 

LOLC Group Deputy ChairmanIshara Nanayakkara, LOLC GroupManaging Director/CEO Kapila Jayawardena and LOLC Group Executive DirectorKalsha Amarasinghe graced the awards with their presence as chief guests. Also present were, LOLC Micro Credit Director/Chief Executive Officer Ravi Tissera and other senior management members of the LOLC group. 

Commenting Jayawardena said, “I am extremely proud of the LOLC Micro Credit sales and marketing staff, based right throughout the country. I commend LOMC for its exceptional performance and its effort towards enriching micro entrepreneurship throughout the country. Today, I must say that LOMC has become a pillar of success to the LOLC group.” 

Also, expressing his views, Tissera said, “The sales force of LOMC is one of the largest in Sri Lanka’s financial sector. I take this opportunity to congratulate the award winners for their excellent performance and encourage others to do the same and even better.”  

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