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Tishan Subasinghe appointed Sanasa General Insurance Chairman

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S.M. Tishan H. Subasinghe has assumed duty as the Chairman of Sanasa General Insurance Company Ltd. 

Initially he joined Sanasa Life Insurance in 2009 as an Executive Director and was appointed as a Director of Sanasa General Insurance in 2014.  

Subasinghe is a senior fellow and a board member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Sri Lanka. Also he has the membership of the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy in England and ISACA-USA. 

He has graduated with LLB from Buckinghamshire New University in England and obtained his MBA from the University of Colombo. Before joining Sanasa General Insurance, he has gained much experience in his career as Managing Director of Moore Stephens Consulting Ltd. and working 10 years as a senior partner of BDO Partner Chartered Accountancy Company. In addition to that he has worked for Price Water House Coopers in Southern African region as well as in USA.

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