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CSE debut today for Taprobane Holdings


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Shares of Taprobane Holdings Ltd. will debut today on the Colombo Stock Exchange, making it the latest to list via introduction.



The company’s 732,949,140 ordinary voting shares will be listed on the Diri Savi Board. The security code is TAP-N-0000 and the company is classified under the Diversified Sector.THL’s principal business is investment and management of its associates and subsidiaries as well as portfolio management. It also holds a 28% stake in Browns Investments Plc.



Established in September 2006, THL’s exposure covers financial services plantation management, real estate, telecommunication engineering, power, manufacturing and construction.

Its Board of Directors are Rohini Nanayakkara (Chairperson), Ajith Devasurendra (Managing Director), Ishara Nanayakkara, Ruwan Sugathadasa, Ashan Dassanayake, Roshan Antony and Dinal Wijemanne.


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