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Sri Lanka’s Most Admired Companies


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In alphabetical order following is the list of Sri Lanka’s 10 Most Admired Companies via a competition organised by CIMA and ICC Sri Lanka in partnership with Daily FT, Aon, KPMG and AIA.

  • Aitken Spence Plc
  • Commercial Bank of Ceylon Plc
  • DFCC Bank Plc
  • Hayleys Plc
  • Hatton National Bank Plc
  • John Keells Holdings Plc
  • MJF Group
  • Sampath Bank Plc
  • Sunshine Holdings Plc
  • 99X Technology

Honorable Mentions

  • Access Engineering Plc
  • Bank of Ceylon
  • People’s Bank
  • Seylan Bank Plc
  • Softlogic Holdings Plc

 


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