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World T20: Spinner from Maliyadeva helps Sri Lanka into the Semi-Finals

Posted on 31 March 2014 by admin

What a game it was!

Defending a low score of 119 runs Sri Lanka performed magnificently to bowl New Zealand out for a meagre 60 runs in 15.3 overs. What a memorable performance. And the star of the match was spinner Rangana Herath who did not play much in the World Cup been overlooked for Ajantha Mendis. Herath match figures seemed amazing. 3.3 overs – 2 maidens – 5 wickets for 3 runs. He simply mesmerized the Kiwi batsmen. Herath's ball that beat NZ Skipper Brendon McCullum was a real beauty. Hailing from Kurunegala, Rangana Herath is a product of Maliyadeva College.

"This pitch has been slow consistently," Lasith Malinga says, "I trusted my spinners. Herath was unbelievable. We were waiting for an occasion like this and we pulled through. Really lucky to have Angelo, Mahela and Dilshan to help me. they have good experience. Rangana was waiting for his chance and he proved himself really well. We have some other good spinners in Ajantha and Seekuge. We have a good opportunity with the turning wickets in Dhaka"

Sri Lanka 119 (19.2/20 ov) – New Zealand 60 (15.3/20 ov)

Sri Lanka won by 59 runs

"We knew there was a lot of hard work to go,"Brendon McCullum says, "Knew we needed to be positive in the first six. It was a bit dry than we expected and Herath and Sachi, the way they bowled was outstanding. They blew us away with about eight wickets for some 10 runs. Wouldn't say there was extra pressure, it was a quarter-final anway. We just didn't adapt ourselves and played some mindless cricket. We took some poor option and as a result of that we're on the plane home"







Herath is the Man of the Match, duh. "What I realised was we needed wickets and I put the ball in the right place," he says. "Luckily the dew wasn't there but we had a bad game against England. Nothing was wrong today, no dew. Malinga was asking to what we can do, nothing more"

Brendon McCullum chose to bowl in the virtual quarter-final in Chittagong, expecting dew to form later in the evening, though it had not arrived at toss time. Dew has influenced several Chittagong matches, with the team bowling second significantly hampered by the wet ball. Sri Lanka made two changes to their XI. Rangana Herath replaced Ajantha Mendis, after Mendis had an expensive run in the tournament, while Lahiru Thirimanne stepped in to the middle order for the suspended Dinesh Chandimal. Lasith Malinga was captaining in his first international in Chandimal's stead. New Zealand fielded the same XI that had comfortably defeated Netherlands on Saturday. The weather was expected to remain fine for the duration of the match.

Sri Lanka: 1 Tillakaratne Dilshan, 2 Kusal Perera, 3 Mahela Jayawardene, 4 Kumar Sangakkara (wk), 5 Lahiru Thirimanne, 6 Angelo Mathews, 7 Thisara Perera, 8 Nuwan Kulasekara, 9 Sachithra Senanayake, 10 Lasith Malinga (capt), 11 Rangana Herath

New Zealand: 1 Kane Williamson, 2 Martin Guptill, 3 Brendon McCullum (capt), 4 Ross Taylor, 5 James Neesham, 6 Corey Anderson, 7 Luke Ronchi (wk), 8 Nathan McCullum, 9 Trent Boult, 10 Kyle Mills, 11 Mitchell McClenaghan

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‘Bank Boards require people with varied skill sets and independent thinking’

Posted on 29 March 2014 by admin

March 28, 2014.

Commercial Bank Chairman Dinesh Weerakkody in a wide-ranging interview talks about the opportunities and challenges for Commercial Bank and the financial sector in general. Weerakkody is also a Director of many other listed and un-listed companies.

2013 was a challenging year for all banks with PAT down for most banks. How would you describe Commercial Bank's performance in 2013? Commercial Bank turned in a strong performance in 2013. Total assets crossed the Rs. 600 Bn. mark and reached Rs. 607 Bn., reflecting a growth of 18%. Deposits from customers and loans & advances grew by 15% and 12% to reach Rs. 451 Bn. and Rs. 418 Bn. respectively. Net interest income and non-fund based income recorded reasonable growth in line with the growth in business volumes and net profit for the year growing by 4.9% to reach Rs. 10.573 Billion further reinforcing our pre-eminent position as the largest and the most profitable private sector bank. We continue to be the only Sri Lankan private sector bank to cross the 10 Billion PAT both in 2012 and 2013, and also to be ranked among the World's Top 1000 Banks. We were also No 2 in the Business Today,all sector ranking in 2013.

What is the foundation for this strong performance? I would say, the passion and contribution of all our employees, our loyal& valued customer base and all our valued partners, both state and private. To give you a helicopter view organizations win by creating a competitive advantage, which is doing something unique that competitors cannot easily copy and that customers' value.

By Shanuka Tissera – Courtesy: The Island

The competitive advantage comes from the people in the organisation, the culture and finally leadership. With competition intensifying what is ComBank doing to stay ahead of competition? In a nutshell, putting innovation to the spotlight, increasing productivity, delivering great experiences across all customer touch points.To elaborate, we will continue to explore new markets where we can expand our remittance business. Building on our strength in technology will enable us to realize new levels of cost-efficiency while dramatically improving the delivery of products and 24/7 customer services. We hope to widen the scope of our fee based services and our business advisory. We will continue to expand our regional presence into markets that historically have been underserved, while at the same time strengthening our valuable existing customer networks in Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and the Middle East.

Internet banking is changing the way service is getting delivered, how is Commercial Bank responding to this? Commercial Bank has one of the best Retail Internet Banking Portal's in Sri Lanka. It supports almost every type of financial transaction, incorporates advanced security features, and provides a very pleasant user experience. At present, we have more than 100,000 users. In the coming year we intend replicating our product leadership to Corporate Internet Banking, giving our customers the flexibility of anywhere, anytime banking.

What are some of the new features Commercial Bank planning in the area of mobile banking? Commercial Bank has taken a measured approach to developing this channel. From the early days of SMS Banking almost a decade ago, through to the launch of the first Tri-lingual Mobile Banking system in Sri Lanka in 2011, Commercial Bank now offers applications using WAP, USSD, iPhone, and Android. This approach has allowed us to provide 'fresh' user experiences as the underlying telecommunications and handset technology has evolved with the result that we have more than 80,000 customers using this channel. In the months to come we will expand our support for person-to-person mobile payments and also look at how we can incorporate 'lifestyle' content to provide a rich user experience.

What plans are in the pipeline to increase efficiency and delivery of service in 2014? We have several centralization projects in the pipeline that will enhance the experience at our customer touch points. The focus will be on reducing the turnaround time for serving our customers. Our Loan Origination System has been a big success not only with streamlining the loan approval process but also to free time at the counter to improve service delivery and customer acquisition.

Do you as a bank leverage data analytics to deliver greater revenue per customer and value for customers? With competition intensifying we need to serve our existing customers even better by deepening existing relationships and by adding new customers. This requires us to analyze how our customers use our products and services, and try to identify how we can improve their experience. This analysis also needs to determine what products and services we are not offering our customers as these are clearly lost revenue opportunities.Therefore Effective Cross-sell strategies are critical to improve revenue per customer and to do that banks need to know their customers at a deeper level for cross selling across segments.

What is the Bank's strategy for employee development? Our strategy is to deepen the Bank's talent pool by investing in training and development, and by fostering their leadership abilities to build a leadership brand that reflects the expectations of the customers outside the bank.

Moving on, your views on the proposed Central Bank road map for consolidation? The Consolidation of financial institutions in my view will be beneficial for the stability of the financial sector in the long term and for the country. Consolidation will enhance the size of the banks and rev up their ability to source oversees borrowing and risk taking capacity to enable private banks to participate in large state and private sector projects to a greater degree than at present and derive scale benefits with regard to functioning costs and finally deliver greater value to all stakeholders.

Are there lessons that we can borrow from other countries? There are manyexamples of Financial Sector consolidation initiatives carried out in countries such as Malaysia and Singapore.Especially after the Asian financial crisis there was a big push to merge weak financial institutions with strong institutions.In Malaysia for example, impaired assets of the weak institutions were moved out to be managed separately and financial and technical assistance was provided for recapitalization of undercapitalized financial institutions.In general, acquisitions worked faster and the integration was not that messy.

Overall what more is required to ensure the Central Bank consolidation Road Map deliver value to all stakeholders? As I said before consolidation is a good thing for the industry. By creating an enabling environment it can encourage consolidation and also help to create a very strong financial sector.However, setting and meeting deadlines set for the consolidationcould be a challenge for the industry. However, voluntary consolidation of business institutions is a normal business. When businesses go into such consolidation voluntarily, they look for synergy and to protect their stakeholder interests and would not join in any consolidation unless there is a clear business case for M&A. Then, all the stakeholders can expect to get the best out of M&A moves. The timelines given for consolidation could be made bit more flexible to give more space to ensure that informed and robustdecisions are taken. Certainly there needs to be timelines that must be met.

The other area is M&A advisory,whichis crucial for sound valuations and to manage the culture integration. People issues are one of the biggest challenges in a merger and often not given adequate attention.Your thoughts? In a firm it is the HRs job to find recruit, train and develop, engage workers, resolve conflict, and keep an eye on productivity. However in most M&A deals HR professionals usually have little involvement at the pre-deal stage, which goes a long way to explaining why people, organization and culture issues tend to get overlooked, often the members of the deal team have no skills to assess the HR soft issues that are so critical for integration. A merger has a profound effect on the people of both companies, and managing this impact is an important part of managing a successful transition to a unified leadership, business model, and organization. By recognizing and responding appropriately to the impact of the deal on each employee, HR managers can set the tone for long-term success or failure of the new company. In the pre-deal stage, it is the Organizational Design that needs focus, particularly assessing and selecting the right leadership talent. Remuneration also plays a key role and needs to be considered from a multiple perspective to identify the impact on employer, employee, and cost. Maintaining and building morale and loyalty, treating people fairly are the other areas in this stage that plays a significant role. In the post-deal stage, it is the responsibility of HR to plan and manage the integration process to ensure a successful integration, to do that effectively, HR needs to manage employee communication, manage the change and the new culture, focus on talent retention and selection, integrate the HR functions, integrate pay and performance and also the Leadership development. By managing this effectively the new entity would be able to engage employees in productive work and keep their motivation / commitment levels at the highest possible levels to achieve the desired goals and also retain the key talent needed to manage the merged entity.

What is your outlook for 2014 and beyond? With interest rates expected to remain low, we anticipate a corresponding rise in demand for credit in the private sector. This renewed credit activity is expected to stimulate the entire Sri Lankan economy, and with Sri Lanka poised to become a regional and an international services hub, there would be new opportunities for public-private partnerships. A continued low-interest environment may also spark growth in the property market, with an increase in both commercial real estate financing and consumer housing loans. We also expect to see new life and general buoyancy in capital markets. Furthermore in light of the government's move to create an enabling environment for M&A, with a view to create larger and stronger financial institutions that are well -capitalized, with strong regional presence, the banking sector would derive scale benefits with regard to operational cost and also be able to participate in large scale infrastructure projects both public and private to a greater degree than now.

Finally, in terms of the banking act direction 11 you will be completing your nine-year term in July. How practical is this given the shortage of competent and the need for independent Bank Directors? This is good practice and in line with some of other good governance codes applicable in many developed markets. Term limits provide a painless way for people to retire gracefully and automatically. Admittedly, this is a pragmatic argument-and the downside is that a director who is doing a fantastic job may get forced out early. My view is term limits reduce the likelihood that a few individuals dominate board decisions forever and they also help to provide periodic injections of new energy and ideas. Then on the subject of skills and competence of Bank Directors, Central Bank has been investing time and money to build the required capability and the bench strength in the banking sector. However, there is no debate Bank Boards require people with varied skill sets, tech- savvy and people who are independent in their thinking to ensure the Board has the breadth and depth of skills and experience to enable adequate oversight of the bank business now and in the future.

(The writer is a graduate in Accounting and Finance from the University of Leicester UK and is engaged in financial/investment advisory in Sri Lanka and the UK)

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World T20: Tournament reaches interesting stage

Posted on 29 March 2014 by admin

The World T20 tournament played in Bangladesh produced a few upsets and interesting cricket. 26 games are concluded out of a scheduled 32 games for the preliminary stage of the tournament. India remain the only team that is unbeaten so far in the tournament that has reached an anti climax.

In a high scoring game England came from behind to beat Sri Lanka by 6 wickets with 4 balls to spare. Alex Hales scored a brilliant century with Eoin Morgan notching up a quick half-century.

However, two days later England lost to South Africa by 3 runs in a close game. New Zealand beat Netherlands by six wickets with 6 balls to spare.

West Indies beat Australia by 6 wickets with 2 balls remaining.

Sri Lanka is left to play its last game against New Zealand on Monday, March 31st. Both teams have earned 4 points each in 3 games and this will seal the semi-finalist in Group 1. South Africa, who leads Group 1 are already in the semi-finals.

In Group 2 – India has earned a place in the semi-finals. Other contenders are West Indies and Pakistan. The latter has two more games to play against Bangladesh and West Indies. Should Pakistan beat Bangladesh but loose to West Indies – the semi finalist will be picked from the team that has a better nett run rate.

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Businessman arrested for raping German visitor

Posted on 29 March 2014 by admin


The Bambalapitiya police on Thursday arrested a 32-year-old married businessman, who abducted an intoxicated 23-year-old German woman from a hotel night club and raped her in a house at Bambalapitya on March 21.

Police media unit told The Island that the alleged victim had gone to a five star hotel in Colombo with her local and foreign friends for cocktails and dance. However, the following day she got up to find herself naked in bed with the suspect at a house at Bambalapitiya she has claimed. Then she lodged a complaint with the Bambalapitiya police that she had been abducted and raped by the suspect after she was taken to that house by him when she was fully drunk.

The suspect admitted that he had had sex with the woman that night when the police questioned him after he was arrested a week later.

The suspect was to be produced in the Colombo Magistrate (5) yesterday evening, police said.

 By Madura Ranwala – Courtesy: The Island

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Fallen number plate gives away hit and run driver

Posted on 29 March 2014 by admin

The Kollupitiya police took into custody a driver of a car who had drive off following a fatal accident near the Queens Junction on the March 23. He was arrested within five hours of the mishap. The pedestrian who received serious injuries in this accident succumbed to his injuries at the National Hospital Colombo.

He was identified as Subramaniuam Bala Krishnan (61) of Alfred Place, Colpetty. The number plate of the car which was found at the scene of the accident helped police trace the suspect driver.

The suspect was due to be produced before the Fort Magistrate.

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Fashion Bug relocates Kurunegala Outlet after 7 years

Posted on 29 March 2014 by admin

Fashion Bug, one of Sri Lanka’s leading retail clothing stores with over 17 outlets islandwide, relocated their Kurunegala outlet to #34 Bauddhaloka Mawatha Kurunegala with a modern, spacious and much more glamorous interior, complimented by tastefully selected clothes and alluring accessories.

Gracing the opening as Chief Guest was Dayasiri Jayasekara, Chief Minster of the North Western Province, while the Guests of Honour were the Mayor of Kurunegala Gamini Peramunage as well as Senior DIG North Western Province – Jagath Abeysiri Gunawardane. Located on Bauddhaloka Mawatha in Kurunegala, the new Fashion Bug is located on five floors, spread over 15,000 square feet, with separate floors for women, kids, accessories and men’s wear.

“It’s a lot more spacious and gives room for shoppers to browse through garments at their leisure, without feeling constricted”, said Director Fashion Bug, Shabier Subian. The first Kurunegala outlet has been in operation since 2007 and owing to its popularity the company decided to relocate its outlet to a much bigger and spacious showroom.

“Subsequent to consumer research as well as the obvious popularity of our products, we decided to relocate it giving consumers much better and variety to choose from”, said Marketing Manager, Samadhi Abeysinghe.

“The new outlet will stock casual wear, office wear, party wear, as well as a range of accessories for both ladies and gents, while an extensive range of children’s wear will also be on sale”.

Abeysinghe added that a special Avurudhu collection will be available for shoppers which would include Handloom sarees , sarongs, casual shirts and blouses.

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2014 Elections: Western & Southern Provincial Elections

Posted on 29 March 2014 by admin

All preparations have been made for the Western and Southern Provincial council elections with ballot boxes and documents required for the election being transported this morning. In addition, election officials have reported to their respective polling centres. About 2 million 908 thousand 418 voters are eligible to vote in the two provinces at tomorrow’s Western and Southern provincial council elections. There are 3,794 candidates contesting for 155 councillor positions representing 24 political parties and 42 independent groups.

Polling will be held at 4,253 centres where 70,000 government officers and 37,000 police officers have been assigned on election duty. 18 political parties and 15 independence groups handed over nominations for the Colombo district. The highest number of candidates amounting to 1 thousand 247 will contest for the Colombo district, and 40 members out of the total will be elected for the district. 14 political parties and 10 independence groups have handed over nominations for the Kalutara district. 550 candidates will contest the election and 22 will be elected to represent Kalutara district in the Western Provincial Council.

Thirteen registered political parties and 9 independence groups will be contesting for the Gampaha district and 946 candidates will contest from the district for its 40 seats in the Western Provincial Council. 450 candidates from 14 political parties and 4 independence groups have given nominations for the Galle district. Among them, 22 members will be elected to represent the district in the Southern Provincial council. 380 candidates from 14 political parties and 5 independence groups will contest from the Matara district and 17 members will be elected to represent the district in the Southern Provincial Council. 221 candidates from 9 political parties and 4 independence groups have handed over nominations for the Hambantota district. 14 members among them will be elected to the Southern Provincial Council.

Courtesy: Sri Lanka Mirror

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World T20: Sri Lanka faces England in next game on Thursday (27th)

Posted on 25 March 2014 by admin

Sri Lanka will meet England on Thursday (27) in the 3rd game of the World T20 tournament. A tight knit side, Sri Lanka won their first game against South Africa by 5 runs and beat Netherlands by 9 wickets. Opener Kusal Perera, Angelo Mathews, have batted well while Lasith Malinga and Ajantha Mendis have done well with the ball. Nuwan Kulasekara and Thisara Perera are two good all-rounders who are proving their worth in the tournament. Skipper Dinesh Chandimal is handling the team well and had won the toss so far that has helped his team to bat first and strangled the opposing side with tight bowling and brilliant fielding.

England's next game is against Sri Lanka, who have won two from two and are one of the favourites for the title. There were some encouraging signs against New Zealand before rain – fractionally after the thunder and lightning – saw England end up on the wrong side of the Duckworth-Lewis equation again. The squad have been playing together for the last month, having toured the West Indies in preparation for the tournament, and Bresnan thinks they are not far from clicking.

"It's more of a mindset is T20. We certainly have the power players, we have everything in the armoury to win games of cricket," Bresnan said. "We just can't put our finger on why we've not been able to piece together a good performance.

"We've been playing six weeks of T20. It's been good, we've gelled as a team. I think we're still confident in the dressing-room despite not winning many games. I think we all realise we need that win to kick us off – and we'll be off and running."

Much has been made of England's regeneration and Bresnan put as positive a spin as possible on their travails over the winter. "They say winning hides a multitude of sins and it can do that in your own performance as well as the team's. It's only when you lose, that's only when you analyse in-depth stuff that has actually gone wrong or stuff that might have been going wrong for a while."

Questions have been asked of England's skills in this format, which appear to have slipped as players from other countries hone their abilities in the more high-octane franchise leagues around the globe. Their somewhat frantic attempts to clear the ropes in the opening game against New Zealand were a partial success, with England recording the highest T20 score on the ground, but it still lacked one batsman stamping an indelible mark with a sizeable innings.

"I don't think that is the case," Bresnan said, when asked if England were falling behind. "I still believe we're doing the right things. We're always analysing the footage of the good sides and seeing what the other lads are doing. It's not necessarily trying to emulate them, it's trying to put our own twist on a winning formula. We're looking to do that over the course of the next three games."

Although the bowlers did not get much of an outing on Saturday, they will be under just as much scrutiny as the batsmen against Sri Lanka. A video compilation called 'When Yorkers Go Wrong' is surely waiting to be compiled and uploaded to YouTube but Bresnan is confident the delivery can be an important tool for England, even if bowlers are often accused of forgetting how to bowl them.

"Yorker is the ball if you can get it right. As we've seen if you get it wrong it can disappear or go for an inside edge for four," he said. "You have to practice but it is more mental than anything. It is a difficult ball to bowl when the pressure is on. You're aiming at a four-inch square in front of the stumps and it's not very easy to hit. I feel as though it is one of my biggest weapons and the more I can get it right, the more successful we will be."

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Capital Market to reach US$ 50 billion mark by 2018

Posted on 23 March 2014 by admin

The Sri Lankan Capital Market would reach at least US$ 50 billion within the next four years (2018) or even earlier, said Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Chairman, Dr. Nalaka Godahewa (in photo). Making the opening remarks at the Colombo Stock Brokers Association (CSBA) workshop for Investment Advisors at Excel World he said that in most of the regional countries the market capitalization was as high as 70% of the GDP.

“It is a known fact that in any country when the macro economy grows the Capital Market follows suit and Sri Lanka would be no exception.”

“Market capitalization 10 years ago was only 1/3 rd of today’s value. So the market has grown. Average daily turnover has more or less doubled during this period. Whilst turnover has grown the equation of average daily turnover to Market cap is only 0.03. This value is inadequate when compared to most of our regional counterparts.”

He said that when foreign investors look at CSE today they see an opportunity in an undervalued market. “Market Cap to GDP of 30 % means there is a lot of potential for this market to grow. The forward P/E is only 11.7 times. It is lower than most other global markets so it’s the right time to buy.”

Shirajiv Sirimane ( – Courtesy: Daily News

“Sri Lanka’s economy is on a growth path and the listed companies in most industries are likely to do well. CSE has a little correlation to other global markets so investing in Sri Lanka is an opportunity for fund managers to diversify their risks. That probably is why foreign buyers contributed almost 40% of last year’s trading activities. This also means that our local investors are not exploiting the opportunity yet.”

“After 30 years of conflict, we are living in one of the most exiting periods of the history of our country. All economic indicators are currently showing steady progress. I believe that as investment advisers, you are lucky to be in the right place at the right time. We all know that the capital market is a vital contributor to any fast developing economy. It is the main channel through which the savings and funds available with retail and institutional investors are mobilized for long-term capital formation. Even though our current market capitalization is only about 30% of the GDP, the capital market is destined to play a significant role shaping the future of our economy.” Commenting on what the regulator has done over the last few years he recalled that in 2012 the SEC launched a number of initiatives aimed at structurally and functionally upgrading the market.

“These include initiatives to develop the market infrastructure, initiatives to strengthen regulatory framework, initiatives to attract foreign funds through offshore promotions and also encourage more listings in the stock market.” He said that initiatives were also taken to promote the corporate debt market, enhance product portfolio, increase market liquidity and moves to protect minority shareholder interests. “Initiatives were also taken take action against errant directors who seem to be misappropriating funds of listed companies.” –

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Former Air Force chief Harsha Abeywickrema assumes duties as BOC Chairman

Posted on 23 March 2014 by admin


Former Sri Lankan air force chief, Air Chief Marshall Harsha Abeywickrema, took up duties on Monday as the Bank of Ceylon’s new chairman. The commander joined the SLAF in 1980 as an Officer Cadet and was commissioned as a Pilot Officer in 1982. He has a Master of Arts degree in International Studies from the King’s College University of London and an MSc in Management from the General Sir John Kotelawala Defence University. He is also a graduate of the Royal College of Defence Studies (UK) and the Air Command and Staff College of the Air University (USA). He has undergone a number of training courses and is a qualified flying instructor.

He was appointed as the Commander of the Air Force in 2011 and served in that position till February 2014, the bank said.

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