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Association of Professional Bankers Sri Lanka Office Bearers – 2018/2019


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Association of Professional Bankers of Sri Lanka (APBSL) at its 29th Annual General Meeting held on 21 March, elected its new Council for the year 2018/2019. 

Standing from left: Dishan Perera (Member of the Council), Anton Arumugam (Member of the Council), Dilshan Rodrigo (Member of the Council), B.A.H.S. Preena (Member of the Council), Jagath Gamanayake (Member of the Council), Manjula Herath (Member of the Council), E.A.P. Sisira Kumara (Assistant Secretary), Nishan Perera (Member of the Council), Thejaka Perera (Member of the Council), K.B. Rajapakse (Member of the Council) Seated from left: Halin Hettigoda (Secretary General), Aruna Fernando (Vice President), Bahanu Wijayaratne (Senior Vice President), Asanka Ranhotty (President), Senarath Bandara (Immediate Past President), C. Amarasinghe (Vice President), Jeremy De Zilva (Treasurer)

 


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