C T Holdings PLC, a diversified conglomerate is onboard for the first time as a lead sponsor of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Sri Lanka (ICASL).
|From left: ICASL Secretary/CEO Aruna Alwis, Vice President Sujeewa Rajapakse, President Sujeewa Mudalige, CT Holdings Plc Managing Director Ranjit Page; and Director – Corporate Affair Sanjay Niles|
The sponsorship cheque was officially handed over to the President of ICASL, Sujeewa Mudalige recently by Managing Director C T Holdings PLC, Ranjit Page.
Listed on the Colombo Stock Exchange, C T Holdings PLC is a diversified conglomerate with an interest that spans from food manufacturing and retailing, ceramic and tile manufacturing, financial services, real estate to plantation, packaging and entertainment.
ICASL President Sujeewa Mudalige expressed his appreciation to C T Holdings PLC for their invaluable patronage extended to the country’s national accounting body. “It gives me much pleasure to welcome C T Holdings onboard as a lead sponsor of ICASL. This is the first time C T Holdings has extended its patronage to the ICASL and I hope that this will be the beginning of a mutually beneficial partnership in the years to come.” Managing Director of C T Holdings PLC, Ranjit Page emphasised that C T Holdings is a corporate that has spearheaded revolutionary changes in the business world from its pioneering role in the local cinema industry to its positions of leadership in every sector of operation. “ICASL has produced professionals who have been instrumental in bringing about innovative change in business. C T Holdings has throughout the year nurtured a culture of professionalism embedded on the values of transparency and accountability. We therefore see this opportunity of supporting ICASL as a move in the right direction to harness the potential of young and vibrant professionals who would take positions of corporate leadership in the future. Our partnership with ICASL today would make a meaningful impact on the future of business and our country’s economic progress,” he added.