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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2730

CIMA Sri Lanka Branch reports as usual

By Quintus Perera - Asian Tribune

Colombo, 18 December, (Asiantribune.com): Chartered Institute of Management Accountants Sri Lanka Branch in a press release indicated that contrary to certain media reports, the CIMA Sri Lanka division that its branch office will not be shut and that business and operations will continue as usual. The branch will not be closed. The only development is that the Sri Lanka Divisional Council, which consisted of elected members have been suspended.

Charles Tilley, CEO CIMA said ‘Business will continue as usual and members and students in Sri Lanka can be assured that there will be no impact on the service and support they can expect’.

Adding on to the comments of the CEO, Regional Director, South Asia and Middle East, Bradley Emerson said ‘there is absolutely no need for our stake holders to worry over the divisional support. Our operations are continuing and even today the CBA examinations are been conducted at the division. All activities and services to the members and students will continue as usual’.

Following the suspension of the Sri Lanka Divisional Council, Glynn Lowth, President of CIMA, assured that: ”CIMA's commitment to its Division in Sri Lanka remains as strong as ever. He further stated that a consultative body of at least three members in Sri Lanka is to be appointed by the Honorary Officers of CIMA I London, to advise on the affairs of the Sri Lanka Division during the suspension period.

- Asian Tribune -

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