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Orient Finance appoints new CEO


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Orient Finance PLC has appointed K.M.M. Jabir has been appointed as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) with effect from 1 November. 

Jabir has with a wealth of experience, having worked in the banking and Financial Services industries for over thirty-three years. Prior to this appointment, he served as the Executive Director / Chief Executive Officer of Richard Pieris Finance Ltd. for over six years, where he played a key role in driving the business to growth and success from its inception. He was also employed at People’s Leasing & Finance PLC from 2005 – 2013, having joined as Assistant General Manager, and subsequently promoted to Deputy General Manager – Operations in 2007.

Jabir holds a Bachelor of Commerce and has served the Banking industry for over a decade as a Fellow Member of the Institute of Bankers Sri Lanka. He is also a Finalist of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants and a Certificate Member of the Sri Lanka Institute of Marketing.


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