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Sujeewa Rajapakse joins Haycarb Board


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Top professional Sujeewa Rajapakse has been appointed to the Board of Haycarb Plc with effect from 30 January.

Rajapakse is the Managing Partner of BDO Partners, a firm of chartered accountants and counts over 27 years of experience with the firm. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Sri Lanka (CA Sri Lanka) and holds a Masters in Business Administration from the Postgraduate Institute of Management of the University of Sri Jayawardenpura.



He currently serves as the President of CA Sri Lanka, is a Technical Advisor of the South Asian Federation of Accountants (SAFA), and a member of the Confederation of Asia Pacific Accountants (CAPA).

He serves as a Non Executive Independent Director at the NDB Plc and Asian Alliance Plc and also a Board member of the Securities and Exchange Commission, National Institute of Business Management, PIM, and Sri Lanka Accounting and Auditing Standards Monitoring Board as an ex-officio nominated by CA Sri Lanka.

He also serves as a Committee Member of the Monetary Policy Consultative Committee of the Central Bank. He has held numerous honorary positions over the years and has functioned as a Board member of the First Capital Group and the Treasurer of Sri Lanka Cricket.

With the latest appointment the Board of Directors of Haycarb Plc comprises Mohan Pandithage – Chairman, Rajitha Kariyawasan – Managing Director, Ranjeevan Seeva-ratnam, Arjun Senaratna, Dhammika Perera, Sarath Ganegoda, Jeevani Abeyratne, Dushantha Ranaraja, Nimal Perera, Dr. Sarath Abayawardana and Sujeewa Rajapakse.


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