Sri Lanka Insurance powers CA Sri Lanka with lead sponsorship

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One of the country’s leading Insurance providers, Sri Lanka Insurance has once again extended its support t o t he Institute of Chartered Accountants of Sri Lanka (CA Sri Lanka) with a lead sponsorship for 2014/2015.

The sponsorship cheque was handed over t o CA Sri Lanka President Arjuna Herath by Sri Lanka Insurance Managing Director Piyadasa Kudabalage, at a ceremony held recently.Speaking at the event, Kudabalage said that Sri Lanka Insurance was happy to continue its association with the country’s national accounting professional body, the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Sri Lanka.

“As an organisation committed to transparent and accurate financial reporting on par with international standards, we continuously encourage the development of our staff to adopt policies and procedures to stay relevant to a fast-changing globalised market. The tie up with CA Sri Lanka, I firmly believe will assist us in achieving this task,” he said.

Welcoming Sri Lanka Insurance onboard, CA Sri Lanka President Herath said that the continuing support by one of the country’s leading insurance providers was an endorsement of its continuing efforts to serve the country and the corporate sector and an encouragement for the institute to continue the many activities organised for the benefit of all stakeholders.

“The sponsorship will assist CA Sri Lanka t o carry out its numerous educational and professional activities for t he benefit of its students, members and even professionals from nonaccounting sectors throughout the year,” Herath said.

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