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Anthony Nair takes over as Group Head of Finance at Just In Time Group


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01Just In Time Group, a flagship ICT systems integration and services provider in Sri Lanka with 20 years in operation, has announced the appointment of Anthony Nair as its Group Head of Finance with effect from 1 June. This appointment is part of the Group’s restructuring, consolidation and growth strategy with its strategic direction of implementing the Government’s digitalisation vision and its journey to take the company into the future. 

In a career spanning over 20 years, Nair has held strategic and operational management positions with leading local and multinational companies. Nair is doubly qualified with both finance and IT. Nair is a graduate in B.Sc. Accountancy and Financial Management from the University of Sri Jayewardenepura Sri Lanka. He is also an Associate member of ICSA, CIMA and ACCA-UK and a passed finalist of ICASL

Furthermore, he is armed with a Masters in Information Management from SLIIT-SL where he topped the batch by earning the ‘Best Performance’ award. Nair has also earned his MBA from the University of Wales – UK.

As the new Group Head of Finance, Nair will play a pivotal role in strategic financial management, risk management and re-engineering the internal process with the aid of information technology. Furthermore he will also be looking at growth avenues for the Group through acquisitions and consolidations. 

Just In Time Group, a wholly Sri Lankan company has been a key partner and implementer of several cutting edge mission critical ICT projects in the country over the last two decades. With the dawn of 2016, Just In Time Group completed a two-decade mammoth journey in the ICT arena of Sri Lanka. This growth throughout the years is a vital milestone with their longstanding strategic partnerships with principals, customers and employees.


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