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Mano Sekeram resigns from BOC board after short stint

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IT industry professional Mano Sekeram has resigned from the board of directors of state-owned Bank of Ceylon (BOC) with effect from September 5th, 2017, citing personal reasons.

Sekeram was appointed to the BoC board as an Independent Non-Executive Director with effect from July 06, 2017. Mano Sekaram is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Co-Founder of 99X Technology Ltd.

He is also the founder of Startup X Foundry which is Sri Lanka’s first tech startup accelerator, aiming at taking Sri Lankan tech startups to the global stage by providing the necessary guidance and support.

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