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Sri Lanka appoints Dumith Fernando to CSE Board

Quibit | Published mon Jul 03, 2017 3:00 am

Sri Lanka’s Colombo Stock Exchange said it appointed Dumith Fernando as a Director of its board at its Annual General Meeting in place of Vajira Kulatilaka.

Fernando is an experienced international investment banker with over two decades in the industry in the US and Asia.

He led the acquisition of Asia Securities in 2015 and is its Chairman and controlling shareholder.

He is the former Managing Director and Group Chief Operating Officer of Credit Suisse, Asia Pacific, based in Hong Kong prior to which he was Chief Operating Officer of Asia Pacific Equities at both Credit Suisse and JP Morgan overseeing Equities business operations in 12 countries.

He is a senior advisor at Tybourne Capital Management (Hong Kong) a leading global asset management firm, as well as non-executive Chairman of several early stage companies.

The World Economic Forum selected Mr. Fernando to its Young Global Leaders forum in 2013.

Fernando holds a BA (Honors) in Physics & Economics from Middlebury College, USA and an MBA from Harvard Business School.

The CSE Board of Directors comprises of five Directors elected by CSE Member Firms and four Directors appointed by the Government.


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