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Kuvera de Zoysa new Chairman of Multi Finance, Mohan Ratnayake Deputy

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Top professional Kuvera de Zoysa has been appointed as the Chairman of Multi Finance Plc whilst Mohan Ratnayake has been made Deputy Chairman.

Both previously served as independent directors of Multi Finance, a subsidiary of Entrust Ltd.

Zoysa replaced Dr. Asoka Jinadasa who had resigned from the Chairman post on July 29.

Zoysa is an Attorney-at-Law of the Supreme Court and has been in active practice since 1993 in the fields of commercial and civil law. He had served as Chairman and Director of People’s Merchant Bank Plc and as Director on the Board of People’s Bank, Export Development Board and Sanasa Development Bank. He had also served as Acting Chairman of People’s Bank and Chairman of its Audit, Legal and Risk Management Committee. He currently serves on the Boards of many listed and non-listed companies in IT, power and leisure sector as a non executive independent director.

He holds a Masters Degree in International Trade Law from the University of Wales.

Ratnayake is the Managing Director of Colonial Motors Plc having joined the Company as CEO in July 2008. He has expertise in the fields of tea exports, plantations, telecommunications and motor industry. Ratnayake holds a MBA in finance and is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Management Accountants UK and a fellow of the Society of Certified Management Accountants.

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