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Amãna Bank partners with CIMA Business Leaders’ Summit 2018


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Amãna Bank recently partnered with the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) Sri Lanka for their flagship event CIMA Business Leaders’ Summit 2018 held under the theme ‘Go Beyond: From Insight to Impact – Unlocking Opportunities’ which took place recently at the Shangri-La Hotel, Colombo. 

This event was graced by highly influential business tycoons and top level management teams from leading corporates in Sri Lanka to discuss on topics such as future of finance, global trends in transforming businesses, disruptive business models in Sri Lanka and various other factors that would improve the economic status of Sri Lanka. 

Commenting on the partnership, the Bank’s Chief Executive Officer Mohomed Azmeer said, “We are happy to have partnered with CIMA Sri Lanka in sponsoring their Business Leader’s Summit, which has a rich history of over 40 years in nurturing Sri Lanka’s business leaders through thoughtful discussion and engagement. Offering people friendly banking solutions, Amãna Bank too provides a platform to nurture SMEs to move to the next level in recognition of their significant contribution towards the growth of our economy.”


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