SL Investment Forum to feature over 50 investment opportunities | Sunday Observer

SL Investment Forum to feature over 50 investment opportunities

25 April, 2021

Themed “Sri Lanka – Asia’s Next Growth Haven”, the Sri Lanka Investment Forum (SLIF 2021) organised by the Board of Investment (BOI), the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce and the Colombo Stock Exchange will be held from June 7-9 on a virtual platform. 

SLIF 2021 will showcase to the world Sri Lanka’s attractiveness as an investment destination through the exposition of a blend of mega projects, strategic investment initiatives, private equity opportunities and portfolio investment propositions of public listed corporates listed on the Colombo Stock Exchange. The forum will attract direct and portfolio investors including sovereign wealth funds, private equity funds, development finance institutions, MNCs, High Net Worth Individuals, and all other investor classes from across the globe.

Sri Lanka’s leading policy-makers, sector experts and industry leaders featured as keynote speakers and expert resource personnel will showcase Sri Lanka’s Investment Proposition to the Global Investment Community.

The forum will feature a wide spectrum of expert keynotes and discussion forums covering key aspects of Sri Lanka’s investment proposition including but not limited to foreign investment policies, capital markets, Ease of Doing Business Measures, facilitating legislation and incentive regimes.  SLIF 2021 will accordingly empower institutional, corporate and individual investors and businesses with a comprehensive set of information with respect to Sri Lanka’s FDI and portfolio Investment environment.

 The three-day forum presents a first of its kind opportunity for the Corporate Sector and State Owned Enterprises (SOEs) to explore partnerships with participating investors.

The event will provide listed companies with an opportunity to reach out to foreign portfolio investors and likewise, Project and Strategic Initiative promoters from across the Public and Private Sectors to showcase Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) opportunities. Investment banking and advisory firms and private equity promoters, consultants and stock broking firms will be key participants.

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