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Standard Chartered partners Sri Lanka Economic Summit for 3rd consecutive year

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From left: Ceylon Chamber of Commerce Deputy Secretary General, Financial Controller Alikie Perera, CEO Dhara Wijayatilake and Standard Chartered CEO Bingumal Thewarathanthri 


  • ‘Recalibrating Sri Lanka’s Economic Trajectory Towards 2025’


The Standard Chartered Bank has announced its partnership with the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce as the Platinum Sponsor of the Sri Lanka Economic Summit 2019. 

Titled ‘Recalibrating Sri Lanka’s Economic Trajectory Towards 2025’, the country’s foremost economic event is set to take place on 17 and 18 September 2019. This partnership further solidifies Standard Chartered’s commitment to partner economic development in Sri Lanka. Earlier this year Standard Chartered hosted Senior Global Economists in Sri Lanka to share their expert knowledge and research at the Global Research Brief 2019. 

This annual flagship event of the Ceylon Chamber is the premier business forum that discusses key National Economic issues of the country with an aim of influencing strategic policies to meet these challenges. 

The Sri Lanka Economic Summit has seen the attendance of over 400 participants, including many Chairpersons, CEOs, Directors, Senior Managers, Foreign Investors, Senior Government Officials, and Academics. 


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