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Selvanathan Junior onto Carson’s investment firms Board


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Krishna Selvanathan, son of Mano Selvanathan has been appointed to the Boards of Ceylon Investment Plc as well as Ceylon Guardian Investment Trust Plc as an Executive Director.

Krishna is already a Director of the Carson Cumberbatch Group’s management company, Carsons Management Services Ltd in addition to being a member of the Carson’s Investment Sector Management Team as well as a Director of Lion Brewery Ceylon Plc.

He holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Accounting, Finance and Business Administration from the University of Kent UK.

Mano Selvanathan is an Executive Director of Carson Cumberbatch and together with his brother Hari controls the diversified blue chip.


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