Piramal Glass Ceylon PLC (PGC) completes yet another challenging year with a turnover of Rs.6,816 Mn & PAT of Rs.344 Mn.

Pushing the boundaries of innovation much further, Sri Lanka’s most innovative life insurer, Softlogic Life, recently unveiled their 2017 integrated annual report in video format, making it Sri Lanka’s first video annual report.

Building on a strong momentum gathered over the final quarter of FY 2017/18, Sri Lanka’s leading diversified conglomerate, Hayleys PLC announced a record breaking top-line performance as revenue expanded by 47% Year-on-Year to Rs. 163.2 billion during the 12 months to 31st March 2018.

ikman.lk, Sri Lanka’s largest online marketplace, recently showcased several new exciting features via ikman Jobs, enhancing online job sourcing for both employers and job-seekers.

Dipped Products Group posted a topline growth of 17% recording Rs. 28.5 billion turnover and Rs. 1.2 billion PBT for the year ended 31st March 2018.

As the country’s leading Private Commercial bank in Sri Lanka, HNB has taken a keen interest in developing its Cash Management business which is now a key business vertical of the Bank.

HUAWEI is the only Chinese company to feature in the annual ranking of the world’s Most Valuable Brands 2018 compiled by Forbes.

Investment flows from the Scandinavian region to the Sri Lankan stock market have made a noteworthy improvement in recent years, where inward investments have grown by 39% per annum (CAGR) since 2013.

The Commercial Bank of Ceylon has been honoured with the awards for ‘The Best Transaction Bank in Sri Lanka’ and ‘The Best Trade Finance Bank in Sri Lanka’ at the 2018 Asian Banker Transaction Awards, adding two more prestigious titles to its extensive collection of accolades.

The 20thAnniversary Event of the National Best Quality ICT Awards (NBQSA), Sri Lanka’s only national competition to recognise ICT products developed locally, is due to take place on 19th October 2018.

Ceylinco Life has announced that its net profit for the year ending 31st December 2017 is Rs 9.467 billion, including a one-off surplus of Rs 3.456 billion generated by a change in the basis of the valuation of Life Funds under Section 96A of the Regulation of Insurance Industry Act No 43 of 2000.