The fund management sector is facing fresh criticism over its widening gender pay gap, after a new report says there are signs of “resentment” from professionals who have dismissed diversity as a matter of political correctness.
Dutch businesswoman Minke van Wingerden looks on proudly as one of her 32 brown-and-white cows makes a pit stop at an automated milking
The award for Sri Lanka’s No. 6 Most Respected entity for 2019 is presented to Aitken Spence. From left to right: Nilanthi Sivapragasam (Director/Chief Financial Officer – Aitken Spence), Dr. Rohan Fernando (Executive Director – Aitken Spence), Dr. Parakrama Dissanayake (Deputy Chairman/Managing Director-CEO – Aitken Spence), Hiran Hewavisenti (Editor-in-Chief – LMD), Stasshani Jayawardena (Chairperson – Aitken Spence Hotel Managements), Rohan Pandithakorralage (Member Group Supervisory Board – Aitken Spence) and Brian Emmanuel (Marketing Director – LMD).
The award for Sri Lanka’s No. 4 Most Respected entity for 2019 is presented to Commercial Bank of Ceylon. From left to right: Nandika Buddhipala (Chief Financial Officer – Commercial Bank), Anil Boudewyn (Sales Director – LMD), Brian Emmanuel (Marketing Director – LMD), S. Renganathan (Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer – Commercial Bank), Sanath Manatunge (Executive Director/Chief Operating Officer – Commercial Bank) and Hasrath Munasinghe (DGM Marketing – Commercial Bank).