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Ceylon Chamber to host Outlook 2021 Forum on February 3

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The Ceylon Chamber of Commerce’s (CCC) annual discourse on the year’s outlook will be held virtually on February 3, 2021, organised by the Chamber Academy. 


The Outlook webinar will provide the private sector with key insights on global and local indicators as well as perspectives to navigate through the evolving economic and policy climate, which would help companies in strategy formulation. 


The session will feature a presentation on the global and regional outlook and perspective on Sri Lanka by Aayushi Chaudhary, Economist, India and Sri Lanka HSBC Securities and Capital Markets India.


A presentation will also be made by CCC Chief Economist Shiran Fernando, who will outline the key insights from the Outlook 2021 publication. 


The Outlook 2021 publication, an annual report published by the Economic Intelligence Unit of the CCC, will be released at the forum. The publication will provide insights to the audience on the economic outlook and cover several sectors of the economy. 


The forum will conclude with an interactive panel discussion moderated by CCC CEO and Secretary General Manjula De Silva.

 The two speakers will be joined by Amal Cabraal, who is presently Chairman and Non-Executive Director of multiple companies, Central Bank of Sri Lanka Economic Research Director Dr. Chandranath Amarasekara and Macro Economist and Asia Securities Co-Head Research Lakshini Fernando. 


This forum is sponsored by HSBC Premier and will be an ideal opportunity for C-suite officers and senior executives in strategy and new business development to gain insights for corporate planning and decision-making. 


Registrations for the event are now open. For further information, please contact Niroshini on 0115588852 or email events@chamber.lk.

 

 

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