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Ceylon Tea Brokers announces three new director appointments


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Ceylon Tea Brokers PLC has announced the appointment of three directors Thilina Nonis, Dinesh Fernando and Zameel Mohamed. 

Thilina Nonis
 
Dinesh Fernando
 
Zameel Mohamed

Nonis commenced his career at Somerville & Company Ltd. and later worked for Asia Siyaka Commodities PLC and Bartleet Produce Marketing Ltd. He has been with Ceylon Tea Brokers since 2006 and was appointed as the Head of Marketing of the company on 1 April 2017. Nonis has over 18 years of experience in tea broking. 

Fernando is an Affiliate member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), UK and a Member of the Association of Business Executives (MABE), UK. He holds a Bachelor of Arts (HONS) degree in Business and Marketing from the Coventry University, UK. He is currently reading for Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Colombo. 

He joined Ceylon Tea Brokers in 2016 as a General Manager and prior to joining the company he functioned in the capacity of a Senior Manager at Mercantile Produce Brokers Ltd. Fernando has over 18 years of experience in tea broking. 

Mohamed holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the London Metropolitan University, UK. He joined Ceylon Tea Brokers in 2018 as a Senior General Manager and prior to joining the company he too worked at Bartleet Produce Marketing. Mohamed has over 19 years of experience in tea broking. Mohamed is currently the “Tea Convener” of the Tea Sub-Committee of the Colombo Brokers’ Association. 


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