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LCB Finance shines at South Asian Business Excellence Awards 2019


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The jubilant staff

LCB Finance CEO K.G. Leelananda CEO receiving the award

 

LCB Finance, the first and the only major finance company that emerged from the southern region, was honoured as the Emerging Finance Company of the Year at the 4th Edition of South Asia Business Excellence Award ceremony, held at the Hilton Colombo under the patronage of then President Maithripala Sirisena.

According to LCB Finance CEO and Executive Director K.G. Leelananda this award is purely for their valiant and tremendous effort of repaying the depositors of the troubled City Finance. He further said that he was grateful to all directors who invested with LCB Finance and paved the pay for their victory. According to Leelanada this award is also a boost for their reputation. He thus vowed to continue the good work.

Further he said that they would open their newest branch in Negombo, fondly known as Little Rome, on 5 December and invited people and businessmen of the area to enjoy the best service of leasing, loan, pawning and financing. Last but not least he thanked depositors of LCB Finance who kept their trust, and also the very clever staff who has been doing a tremendous service for the betterment of the company.


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