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Melsta Regal Finance Ltd., the newest addition to the Melstacorp family and entrant in to the financial services industry has appointed a strong board of directors to solidify its status as a new player in the financial services industry.

The Company is backed by the strength and stability of Melstacorp Ltd., a conglomerate with diversified interests. It was formed with the objective of offering financial products that bear the hallmark of flexibility, convenience and innovation. The Board comprises of A.L. Gooneratne (Chairman), N.A. Rodrigo (Independent, Non-executive Director), S.J.D. Coorey (Independent, Non-executive Director), K.D. Bernard (Independent, Non-executive Director), L.P. Liyanaarachchi (Non-executive Director),

D.S.C Mallawaarachchi (Non-executive Director), Ms. Shivanthi Atukorale (Non-executive Director),

M.T. Galgamuwa (Independent, Non-executive Director) and  Nishaman Karunapala (Director/ Chief Executive Officer )

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