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DIMO sweeps CMA Excellence in Integrated Reporting Awards 2017


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The third ‘CMA Excellence in Integrated Reporting Awards – 2017’ awards presentation ceremony was held on 17 July at Cinnamon Lakeside, Colombo in line with CMA National Management Accounting Conference under the theme of ‘Digital Transformation – A new Strategic Imperative’.

The Overall Winner for the Gold Trophy was Diesel and Motor Engineering Co. Plc., the Overall 1st Runner Up John Keells Holdings Plc, winning the Silver award and Overall 2nd Runner up Peoples Leasing and Finance Plc. winning the Bronze Award.   

The awards were presented by the Chief Executive Officer of the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC), Richard Howitt and associated with him was Prof. Ho Yew Kee Associate Provost of Singapore Institute of Technology, Graham Terry, an expert in Integrated Reporting from South Africa, Wasantha Deshapriya Secretary Ministry of Telecommunications and Digital Infrastructure, Ravindran Devagunam CEO Of the International Strategic Cooperation Unit (ISCU) under the Prime Minister of Malaysia, President of CMA Prof. Lakshman R. Watawala, and other distinguished representatives from the industry, commerce and banks, as well as professionals, academia both local and foreign.

The selection process of CMA Excellence in Integrated Reporting Awards was based on two phases, first being the short-listing of companies by a panel of technical evaluators and second being the final judgment by both local and foreign judges. As an innovation CMA introduced a new awards category for five business sectors and an overwhelming 40 companies applied for the competition this time.

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