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Madusanka appointed Acting CEO of People’s Merchant Finance


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Madusanka appointed Acting CEO/Executive Director of People’s Merchant Finance K.R.P. Madusanka has been appointed as the Acting CEO/Executive Director of People’s Merchant Finance Plc.

Previously he was a Non-Executive Director..

K.R.P. Madusanka

Prior to joining People’s Merchant Finance Plc, Madusanka was the Chief Financial Officer of Sterling Automobiles Lanka Ltd. He is an Associate member of Institute of Chartered Accountant of Sri Lanka, Management Consultant and Lecturer with a proven track record in corporate world, holding senior leadership positions in leading local and overseas entities..

He possesses a wealth of experience working in many organisations locally and overseas. Madusanka starts his career by joining with Ernst & Young as an Audit trainee and left the firm as Assistant Manager in the Audit and Assurance sector. Then he joined with BDO Partners as Manager – Audit and Assurance and left the firm as Senior Manager of the firm..

Madusanka has over eight years of experience in the fields of audit and assurance, business valuations, due diligence, forensic audits, internal audits, project proposal, business process outsourcing and financial advisory services. His expertise is widespread covering range of industries from banks, finance, insurance, micro finance, plantation, manufacturing, general trading, apparel, not for profit organisation and service providing organisations, to name a few..

He counts over 10 years of experience as a corporate level and strategic level manager and holds senior positions of Group Accountant and Senior Accountant positions in Durdans Hospital and Asiri Surgical Hospital respectively..

Further he strengthened his senior management skills by joining with Arabian Sugar Company B.S.C. in Bahrain as the Finance Manager of the ASC Group. Arabian Sugar Company is the only sugar refinery situated in Kingdom of Bahrain and one of the biggest sugar suppliers to the Gulf region..

Madusanka is an Associate member of Institute of Chartered Accountants of Sri Lanka. He holds a MBA from Cardiff Metropolitan University of United Kingdom. He is an Associate member of Institute of Professional Finance Managers of United Kingdom, an Associate member of Association of Accounting Technicians of Sri Lanka. .

 


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