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Standard Chartered concludes fourth consecutive Golf Tournament


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Standard Chartered concluded its 4th consecutive Client Golf Tournament at the Shangri-La’s Hambantota Golf Resort & Spa. This exclusive tournament included the participation of the Bank’s Corporate and Priority Banking clients. This year, the winner of the Men’s Low Gross category was W A K Fernando, while Women’s Low Gross category was won by Ruwani Desinghe. Speaking at the awards presentation, Standard Chartered CEO Jim McCabe said: “We are pleased to have so many of our key clients participating in this year’s tournament, the highest we’ve had to date. Standard Chartered is committed to always delivering the best to our clients, as such we will never settle but strive to raise the bar in everything we do and offer. The continued trust that is placed on us, only further contributes to the growth and development of our operations in Sri Lanka.” 

 


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