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Ceylon Chamber Seminar to Analyze National Budget 2019 on 7th March

Dinuk Hettiarachchi – Chairman of COYLE,Akira Sugiyama - Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Japan to Sri Lanka, Dr. Harsha De Silva - Minister of Economic Reforms and Public Distribution,  Shanelle De Almeida - Manager Group Corporate Wellness,  Imasha Weligamage - Executive Group Corporate Wellness, and  Masatomo Itonaga - Resident Representative of JETRO Colombo.

Dinuk Hettiarachchi – Chairman of COYLE,Akira Sugiyama - Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Japan to Sri Lanka, Dr. Harsha De Silva - Minister of Economic Reforms and Public Distribution,  Shanelle De Almeida - Manager Group Corporate Wellness,  Imasha Weligamage - Executive Group Corporate Wellness, and  Masatomo Itonaga - Resident Representative of JETRO Colombo.

The Ceylon Chamber of Commerce will organize its annual National Budget seminar on 7th March, 2019. The seminar will take place at the Ground Floor Auditorium of the Chamber, starting at 2.30 P.M.

The seminar will discuss the implications of key policy changes in Budget 2019 and if it will be positive towards enhancing investments to strengthen Sri Lanka’s economic future.

This seminar serves as an important opportunity for the business community to delve deeper into the national budget and gain understanding of it from expert panelists.

Hon. Eran Wickramaratne, State Minister of Finance will deliver the keynote address which will be followed by a presentation on the “Salient Features of the Government Budget 2019 from a tax perspective” by Charmaine Tillekeratne, Director, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Lanka (Private) Limited.

Following the presentation, a panel discussion with Eran Wickramaratne, State Minister of Finance, Mrs. Charmaine Tillekeratne, Director, PwC, Deshal De Mel, Advisor to the Ministry of Finance and Mass Media and Nilanthi Sivapragasam, CFO, Aitken Spence Group, will take place where they will share their perspective on the National Budget.

There will also be an open forum, which will enable participants to ask questions and clarify matters pertaining to the Budget 2019.


 

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