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Prof. Sirimal Abeyratne to address 13th CPM EFM program

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  • To speak on ‘Foresight for Country’s Economic Revival Strategy and Sound Management’

A top economist in the Country, Prof. Sirimal Abeyratne, Professor in Economics, Colombo University, will address the 13th presentation of CPM Evening For Managers (EFM) under the topic ‘Foresight for Country’s Economic Revival Strategy and Sound Management’ on 14 February at The Kingsbury Colombo from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. 

Prof. Sirimal Abeyratne
Prof. Lakshman R. Watawala
Samantha Rathnayake
Surani Amerasinghe
Sudash Liyanage

This is one of 12 productive evenings of CPM Evening For Managers (EFM) presentation series which is organised once in two months by CPM Sri Lanka Institute with varied and timely topics relevant to practicing managers with the guidance of CPM Sri Lanka President Prof. Lakshman R. Watawala.

Prof. Sirimal intends to share his visionary thoughts and inputs on the economic revival strategy highlighting the importance of sound economic management, a major problem faced by Sri Lanka and other developing countries. He will also deliver his viewpoints about recent economic malaise facing the present Government with increasing debt levels and a political crisis which saw the country’s debt rating being dropped. This presentation is to be followed by a panel discussion with two learned panellists. The panel discussion will be moderated by Samantha Rathnayake as the Session Facilitator, who is a faculty member of PIM, Fellow Member and Governing Council Member of CPM.

Sudash Liyanage, Head of Environmental Science Division, Hayleys Agriculture Holdings Ltd. and Surani Amerasinghe, Head of Human Resources, Lion Brewery (Ceylon) PLC will join as the panellists of this evening session.

The Institute of Certified Professional Managers of Sri Lanka (CPM Sri Lanka) is a Professional Body for Managers set up with the assistance of All India Management Association (AIMA) and CMA Sri Lanka (CMASL).

CPM Sri Lanka provides membership to executives at three levels, Associate (ACPM), Member (MCPM) and Fellow (FCPM). It is also engaged in the conduct of professional management diploma programs, executive management development programs, knowledge sharing sessions, research forums, international management conferences, release of bi-annual journals for the members and well-wishers and organising various other networking events.

As a premier professional management body in Sri Lanka, The Institute of Certified Professional Managers of Sri Lanka (CPM Sri Lanka) is working on the needs for professional managers to explore new avenues for business growth in order to remain competitive in a changing business environment.

The presentation will be beneficial for all managers and administrators. Those who wish to attend this presentation could contact the Secretariat, The Institute of Certified Professional Managers of Sri Lanka on 011 2 590 995/011 3 150 828. (web: www.cpmsrilanka.org).


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