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Janaka takes over as Chairman of Trillium Residencies, CH&RE


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JANAKA Ratnayake, former Chairman of MBSL Group who was instrumental in the restructuring and rehabilitation of troubled finance companies including The Finance Company PLC, Asian Finance Limited, The Finance & Guarantee Limited, Ceylinco Investment & Reality Company Limited and other Ceylinco Group of Companies, takes over once again as the Chairman of City Housing & Real Estate Company Plc (CH&RE) and Trillium Residencies Ltd.

He is also the present Chairman and Chief Executive of Sri Lanka Export Development Board and Computer Island Group.

Trillium Residencies has been one of the premier housing development projects which offers state-of-the-art modern apartments in Colombo 8 has successfully sold out 90% of its apartments to date.

CH&RE is a public quoted company which has been engaged in developing mini housing projects in the suburbs and would soon launch into providing much needed services for high rise apartments, complexes and individual households with maintenance and support services as part of its future expansion business activities.


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