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Ravi to deliver keynote at CIMA Nov. 15 budget forum

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Following the presentation of the Budget 2017, Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) will be conducting a post-budget seminar to analyse the budget proposals and its impact from an economic, taxation and business perspective, on November 15, at the BMICH, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.  
Finance Minister Ravi Karunanayake will deliver the keynote address, followed by presentations on the following topics: Overview of the 2017 Budget and its tax implications to businesses – presented by KPMG Sri Lanka Principal Tax and Regulatory Suresh R.I. Perera, Business impact of the 2017 national budget – presented by Development Strategies and International Trade Ministry Agency for Development Managing Director Designate Mangala P.B. Yapa and Macro-economic impact to business – presented by former Central Bank Assistant Governor Anila Dias Bandaranaike.  
The subsequent panel discussion will feature eminent panellists from various sectors: Siyapatha Finance PLC Chairman and former Sampath Bank PLC Managing Director Aravinda Perera, Unilever Sri Lanka National Finance Director Priyadharshana Ekanayake and Finance Ministry Tax Policy Advisor Thanuja Perera. The panel will be moderated by Brandix Lanka Ltd Chief Financial Officer Hasitha Premaratne.  
Interested participants are encouraged to contact the CIMA office in Colombo for more information at 2503880 Ext. 218 or [email protected] 

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