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BOC among the ‘Top 10 Most Admired Companies’

BOC Chairman Ronald  C. Perera and CEO/General Manager Senarath  Bandara with the awards.
BOC Chairman Ronald C. Perera and CEO/General Manager Senarath Bandara with the awards.

The Bank of Ceylon (BOC) was selected as one of the ‘Top Ten Most Admired Companies in Sri Lanka’ at the second convention organised by the International Chamber of Commerce Sri Lanka (ICCSL) and the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) to recognise Sri Lankan companies that have excelled in their respective industries and contributed to the overall economic growth of the country.

“As a state bank, recognition as being among the Top Ten Most Admired Companies in Sri Lanka, is the result of a collective effort made by all stakeholders who are linked with the Bank, that necessarily includes the Government of Sri Lanka and all Sri Lankans as one.

We have always looked at sustainable growth as a win-win situation for all, thus the nature of our operation strives not only for business excellence but value creation for everyone who are involved.

As “Banker’s to the Nation” we admit that our scope is very large and diverse compared to many organizations, but we have envisioned that all our products and service lines will stream lined focusing on long-term financial soundness encompassing quality of management, Good Governance, Human Resources, innovation and ability to attract and build relationships over time,” said Chairman Ronald C. Perera.

The Bank’s CEO/ General Manager Senarath Bandara said, “Our score card has always exhibited unprecedented records, but we believe it is the underlying values and beliefs we have that built the mechanism for our work-process to flow in order to create value for all stakeholders in the long-term.”

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