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Several politicians to attend CSE London, Zurich road shows

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Melissa Pereira

Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Several politicians will participate in the first capital market road show of the UNFGG to be held in October.

Colombo Stock Exchange Market Development Head Niroshan Wijesundere told the Daily News Business the first road show will be held in Zurich on October 27 followed by London from 29 and 30. The last road show in the series was held in New York.

Wijesundera said they are awaiting till a minister in charge is appointed soon.The CSE was gazetted under Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe in January.

Wijesundera said that this was an opportune time with the country having elected a new Government.The outlook is now better to go out and market Sri Lanka.

In Zurich, the initiative will be more on building awareness and country image with focus on policy with key champions from the new Government while in London it will be a repeat of the successful effort of luring fresh investments.
The Zurich event, which will be hot on the heels of important UN Human Rights Council session on Sri Lanka in late September, will focus on enlightening fund managers on the policy and post-war reconciliation and economic opportunity in rebuilding and reconstruction.

A contingent from the Sri Lankan capital market will participate in addition to a high profile official delegation. Two days have been fixed for London given the growing interest by fund managers for one-on-one meetings with listed companies and stock brokers.

Market analysts are of the view that in the medium to long term, Sri Lanka remains attractive especially with better governance and economic reforms. 
Courtesy: Daily News 1 September 2015


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
I think they had better do something to bring more and more companies to get listed by relaxing most of the requirements. Because, however much you do raod shows, how many shares are their for investors to buy!!!For these investors there is no point spending time in a very small market like ours. Otherwise, these expenses are only going to be worthless. (may be a good paid trip for some staff!!)

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