, Sri Lanka’s newest online platform dedicated to the needs of buyers and sellers in the engineering sector was recently launched.

Hayleys Fabric is Heading in a Positive Direction

Wednesday, 01 November 2017 06:52

Hayleys Fabric made a profit of USD 95,854/- during the second quarter ended 30th September 2017.

The Commercial Bank of Ceylon, the largest financier to Sri Lanka’s small and medium enterprise (SME) sector, has launched a business club to provide the sector’s entrepreneurs extensive networking opportunities and a range of other benefits.

Sri Lanka’s most digitally innovative bank, HNB PLC, extended its remarkable winning legacy in 2017, receiving two awards at the recently concluded 19th annual National Best Quality Software Awards 2017 (NBQSA) 2017.

The Bank closed the 9 months ending 30th September 2017 with a post-tax profit of Rs.3,002 Mn, a moderate growth of 6% over the corresponding period last year.

The Commercial Bank of Ceylon recently received the Global Finance award for Sri Lanka’s Best Bank in 2017 at an awards ceremony at the National Press Club in Washington DC during the IMF/World Bank Annual Meeting.

BBDO Lanka took home a Gold and a Finalist award for its two entries at the Effie Awards Sri Lanka held recently at the Waters Edge.

Representatives of the Colombo Stock Exchange (CSE) and the Securities and Exchange Commission of Sri Lanka (SEC) were recently hosted by NASDAQ at NASDAQ MarketSite – the commercial marketing presence of the NASDAQ stock market and the location for Market Bell Ceremonies at New York's Times Square.

Building on an agreement signed last February, Sri Lanka’s most innovative bank, HNB PLC, announced a follow-up partnership with UnionPay International to enable ATM acceptance of UnionPay cards. UnionPay is currently the largest bankcard scheme in terms of cards issued in the world.

Continuing on its journey to better serve a growing base of valued customers, Softlogic Finance PLC announced the further expansion of its branch network with the opening of its 34th fully-fledged new branch in Kotahena.

The Commercial Bank of Ceylon has enabled point-of-sale (POS) usage for UnionPay cards, making it possible for cardholders of the world`s largest card base in circulation to pay for purchases at local retailers with these cards.