APB discussion on ‘Roadmap – Monetary and Financial Sector Policy for 2011 and Beyond’

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The Association of Professional Bankers Sri Lanka (APB) has arranged a discussion forum titled ‘Roadmap – Monetary and Financial Sector Policy for 2011 and Beyond’ on Tuesday, 25 January commencing 5:30 p.m. at the Bank of Ceylon Auditorium, 3rd Floor, Bank of Ceylon Towers, No. 4, Bank of Ceylon Mawatha, Colombo 1.

K.G.D.D. Dheerasinghe, Deputy Governor, Central Bank of Sri Lanka will present the Roadmap and the discussion panel will be lead by Dr. Nalaka Godahewa (Chairman, Sri Lanka Tourism) and Malik Cader, Director General, Securities and Exchange Commission of Sri Lanka.

This evening discussion will provide key insight to bankers and other interested parties on the monetary policy and opportunities and challenges for the financial services industry and Sri Lankan corporates in the year ahead.

Attendance is free for all bankers and will qualify for five credit points under the Continuous Professional Development (CPD) Programme of the Institute of Bankers – Sri Lanka (IBSL) for its FIB and AIB holders. A nominal fee of Rs. 200 is payable at the entrance by non-bankers.

APB as its prime goal steers the development of its fellow bankers and the professionalism in the industry, while continuously working towards uplifting the standards of banking.