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The National Chamber of Commerce in association with Colombo Stock Exchange will hold a seminar on CSE proposed amendments to listing rules, on Friday 19 May from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the National Chamber Auditorium, No 450 DR Wijewardene Mawatha, Colombo 10. 

The objective of the seminar is to facilitate the implementation of appropriate enforcement with the following continuous listing requirements:

Timelines for submission of interim financial statements and annual report

Submission of audited financial statements, containing modified audit opinions

Related party transaction and minimum public holding requirements. 

The proposed listing rules will have far reaching implications to listed companies.

The seminar will address implications to ensure strict compliance by listed entities and also to make the stock market more vibrant and dynamic. 

Through this revision, CSE hopes to enhance the quality, transparency and the timeliness of the disclosure of information.

Resource Persons are Colombo Stock Exchange Chief Operating Officer Renuka Wijewardhane and Nithya Partners Partner Naomal Goonewardene. For registration please contact chamber TP 4741788 Krishani fm@nationalchamber.lk; nirmani@nationalchamber.lk.


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