SLT reaffirms support to CA Sri Lanka with lead sponsorship

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The national ICT solutions provider, Sri Lanka Telecom (SLT), has once again reaffirmed its support as a lead sponsor to the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Sri Lanka (CA Sri Lanka) for 2014/2015. Group CEO of Sri Lanka Telecom PLC, Lalith De Silva stated, “Sri Lanka Telecom has partnered with CA Sri Lanka for several years now since we truly appreciate their commitment and outstanding contribution towards developing the accountancy profession in Sri Lanka.” De Silva said that as the leading ICT solutions provider in the country, Sri Lanka Telecom is committed to uplift Sri Lanka through the provision of innovative ICT solutions to empower businesses as well as the public sector. “Therefore, it is truly a privilege for us to partner with them once again and provide our support as the lead sponsor for this year as well,” he added. SLT’s continuing support to the national accounting body is a strong endorsement of SLT’s confidence in the professional development activities carried out by CA Sri Lanka.

 

 

President of CA Sri Lanka, Arjuna Herath, welcoming SLT onboard once again as a lead sponsor said that the support the institute has received over the years is valued and the support is utilized towards enhancing the accounting profession in the country. “We value very much the SLT sponsorship and we look forward to a long and mutually beneficial relationship in the years to come, which will ultimately result in the long term development of Sri Lanka,” Herath added.

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