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AB Securitas rewards student for success at O/L’s


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Kasuni Hansana Seneviratne, a student attending Rathnavali Balika Vidyalaya Gampaha, was recently rewarded by AB Securitas Ltd. (ABS) for achieving the island 1st rank at the G.C.E. O/L’s 2018. The management of AB Securitas presented her with a cash gift and a state-of-the-art laptop, which will help Kasuni pursue her academic goals, at the organisation’s headquarters on 4 April.

Kasuni is the daughter of M.L. Seneviratne, a loyal employee who currently works in the Cash Management Division of AB Securitas. Thus, this occasion symbolises AB Securitas’ aim to uplift and empower their employees’ families, and fits into the Abans Group’s overall goal of granting every child of every socioeconomic background with the funds to attain a high-quality education.

“ABS is truly proud of Kasuni Hansana and her achievements. The management of AB Securitas Ltd. always looks after the wellbeing of their valued employees. To further motivate our staff members, ABS annually rewards their children who excel at the G.C.E. O/L and A/L’s. This has become a treasured tradition in our AB Securitas Family. In addition to taking care of our staff members, ABS also believes that it is mandatory to look after the welfare of their families as well, which enhances our employees’ loyalty to ABS and creates more avenues for them to experience an enriching lifestyle. We hope to continue this wonderful cause in the future,” said Pradeep Kannangara, Retired Wing Commander and Director – AB Securitas, on the decision to present the award to Kasuni. 

AB Securitas was founded in 1992 as a private security service provider. Initially the Company started offering static security services to major organisations. However, the Company has now expanded to include Cash Management and Cash in Transit (Cash Transportation with armed escorts) as part of its diverse service portfolio. 

Over the past six years, the award-winning AB Securitas has steadily risen to become a leading total loss prevention solutions provider in the country, with a current turnover of above Rs. 1 billion per annum. This is a clear indication of the successful direction that AB Securitas will continue to follow in the near future, and the immense trust placed in the Company by its most valued customers.

 


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