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Bimputh Finance celebrate 4th Colours Night


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Best Branch – Jaffna

CEO Padmanadan Niranjan

Bimputh Finance celebrated their Colours Night for the fourth consecutive time at the Stein Studio Ratmalana. The annually-held event recognised those employees who had played a significant role in supporting the company achieve its vision and concluded a highly successful year. 

Petroleum Resources Deputy Minister Anoma Gamage
 
Deputy Chairman Chamindra Gamage

Among the distinguished invitees were Primary Industries Minister Deshashakthi Daya Gamage and Petroleum Resources Deputy Minister Anoma Gamage, Deputy Chairman Chamindra Gamage and CEO Padmanadan Niranjan to celebrate this momentous occasion. 

The event recognised Bimputh’s top performing branches and regions with Gold, Silver and Bronze awards as well as Best Documentation and Accounting Practices Awards. The Jaffna branch clinched the Islandwide Best Branch Award for the fourth time in a row. 

Bimputh Finance was incorporated in 2007 and licensed under the Finance Business Act No. 42 of 2011. The company is engaged in micro finance, deposit mobilisation, vehicle and equipment leasing, hire purchases, housing and MSME loans and also offers many other financial products. 

The company was listed at the Colombo Stock Exchange in June 2011 as required by the Central Bank of Sri Lanka and has been awarded a social rating of +ß by M-Cril and a BB from Fitch Ratings. The primary objective in setting up the company was to uplift the living standard of low-income households all over the island by providing necessary financial and technical support to mould them in to successful micro entrepreneurs. 

Bimputh Finance has to date been able to largely contribute to the economic development of the country with an island wide branch network. 

 


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