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Mamaduwa resigns, Wimalasiri new Acting CEO at The Finance

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Kosala S. Wimalasiri has been appointed as the Acting CEO of The Finance PLC following the resignation of Nimal J.B. Mamaduwa.

Wimalasiri joined TFC as a sales manager in November 2005 and during his tenure has designated as a Branch Manager in April 2009 and was promoted as an Assistant General Manager in 2006. Prior to the appointment as Acting CEO, Wimalasiri was the Head of Deposit in addition to being AGM.

He has completed his Certified Associate in Project Management – CAPM at USA and MBA at Cardiff Metropolitan University. He has also a Diploma in HRM and in Management. 

Veteran banker Mamaduwa was appointed to the TFC Board from 1 January 2017 as the Executive Director/Chief Executive Officer. In his career of 40 years, Mamaduwa had served as the GM/CEO at Sanasa Development Bank where he served from 2003 to 2012 and GM/CO at HDFC Bank apart from previously at HNB.

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