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CT Holdings power CA Sri Lanka with a lead sponsorship for 2013

CT Holdings PLC, a diversified conglomerate has powered the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Sri Lanka (CA Sri Lanka) with a lead sponsorship for the year 2013.

The sponsorship cheque was recently handed over to CA Sri Lanka President Mr. Sujeewa Rajapakse by Mr. Sanjay Niles, Director - Corporate Affairs of CT Holdings PLC. CT Holdings Managing Director Mr. Ranjit Page was also present at this occasion. As a lead sponsor CT Holding will support the Institute’s numerous educational and professional activities conducted for the benefit of its students, members and professionals from non-accounting sectors throughout the year.

Listed on the Colombo Stock Exchange, CT 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.

Speaking on the sponsorship, Mr. Sanjay Niles, Director - Corporate Affairs of CT Holdings PLC said, “CT Holdings is pleased to renew its partnership with CA Sri Lanka, an institution that has produced professionals who have been instrumental in bringing about innovative change in business. CT Holdings has throughout the years nurtured a culture of professionalism embedded on the values of transparency and accountability. We therefore see this opportunity of supporting CA Sri Lanka as a move in the right direction to harness the potential of young and vibrant professionals.”

Welcoming CT Holdings onboard, CA Sri Lanka President Mr. Rajapakse noted that the institute  continuously endeavors to provide its stakeholders with a range of programmes and qualifications targeting their professional upliftment and therefore the sponsorship with CT Holdings will help realize this important objective.

“I am certain the partnership between CT Holdings and CA Sri Lanka will be a mutually beneficial partnership in the years to come,” he added.