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Ambeon Directors (Sanjeev Gardiner, Ajith Devasurendra, Murali Prakash and Ruwan Sugathadasa) with the MTI Team of Consultants and Analysts from Dubai, Bahrain, Tunisia and Sri Lanka – led by MTI CEO Hilmy Cader 


  • MTI Consultants from Dubai, Bahrain and Tunisia in Sri Lanka 


Taprobane Capital Plus Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of Ambeon Holdings PLC recently selected MTI Consulting to conduct a strategising exercise to explore and identify opportunities for Taprobane Capital Plus within the Financial Services domain. 

Throughout this exercise, MTI undertook a detailed review of Taprobane Capital Plus and developed a customised solution covering 46 sectors in consultation with MTI’s regional consultant Naush Beg who overlooks the firm’s corporate advisory practice. 

Taprobane Capital Plus is the financial services arm of Ambeon Holdings comprising of three subsidiaries – namely; Taprobane Investments, Taprobane Securities and Taprobane Wealth Plus. The financial services of the Group comprise investments, stock broking and money broking.

“The Ambeon Group is well positioned to face the globally evolving Fintech industry which presents many lucrative opportunities. By capitalising on these opportunities, we look forward to align our financial services in line with our long term vision of creating a world class brand portfolio,” stated Ambeon Capital PLC CEO Murali Prakash.

Commenting on the strategising project, MTI CEO Hilmy Cader said, “The future of the finance services industry presents many lucrative opportunities for Taprobane Capital – be it Fintech, Block Chain or Cryptocurrency to name a few. MTI’s team of analysts in consultation with Naush Beg, MTI’s regional consultant successfully completed the mapping exercise after two rounds of interactive sessions with the senior management of Taprobane Capital Plus combined with insights from industry experts and MTI’s proven research and analytics capabilities. We believe this mapping exercise will enable Taprobane to focus and capitalise on the most lucrative opportunities within the financial services domain going forward.”

Taprobane Capital Plus Ltd. is a subsidiary of Ambeon Holdings PLC. (Ambeon Capital PLC is the Holding company of Ambeon Holdings PLC). Its other subsidiaries include, South Asia Textiles Ltd., (leading manufacturer of exceptional quality weft knitted fabric), Dankotuwa Porcelain PLC and Royal Fernwood Porcelain Ltd., (manufacturers of porcelain tableware and gift items for global giants such as Oneida, Macy’s, Country Road, Lenox, John Lewis, Crate & Barrel, Megros, Jashanmal, Ralph Lauren, the Walt Disney Company and Dilmah), Ceylon Leather Products Limited (manufacturer of leather footwear and accessories), Millennium Information Technologies Ltd. (Sri Lanka’s leading information systems solutions providers delivering IT solutions for many industries; including banks and finance, telecommunications, apparel and leading conglomerates) and Colombo City Holdings PLC (real estate). MTI Consulting is an inter nationally-networked boutique management consultancy, offering advisory services in Strategy, Strategic Planning, Corporate Re-structuring, Process Re-engineering, Performance Management, International Market Entry, Feasibility Studies, Due Diligence, Corporate Finance, Mergers and Acquisitions, HR, Executive Search/Head Hunting, Marketing Strategy, Branding and Market Research.

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