Ceylinco Life named one of Sri Lanka’s 10 most admired companies

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Sep 27, 2019 (LBO) – Ceylinco Life Insurance was named among the 10 most admired companies in Sri Lanka at the 2019 edition of the International Chamber of Commerce, Sri Lanka (ICCSL) collaboration with the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) awards.

The only insurance company in this pantheon of corporate giants, Ceylinco Life was recognised as an entity that is a cut above the rest in terms of not just financial performance but the value the Company creates for shareholders, customers, employees and the wider community in general.

The 10 most admired companies announced on Wednesday, 25th September included diversified conglomerates, leading banks and household brand names in the food and beverage sector.

“We are honoured to take our place among this august group of top-notch corporates that, according to the presenters of this accolade, are those that inspire other organisations and entrepreneurs and have proven their mettle with consistency, authority and sustainable growth, creating excellent business performance,” Ceylinco Life Chairman R. Renganathan said.

“This ranking is a great endorsement of our continuing efforts to build relationships for life with policyholders, their families and the community as we contribute to the growth of the national economy.”

The ICCSL-CIMA most admired companies list is based on a stringent evaluation conforming to globally-accepted criteria by a distinguished panel of judges including Ravi Abeysuriya (Chairman), Dr Harsha Cabral, Deepal Sooriyaarachchi, Sujeewa Rajapakse, Aroshi Nanayakkara, Santhosh Kumar and Kshanika Ratnayake.

Companies that had been in business for over five years as at 30th June 2019 and were 30 percent or more Sri Lankan owned, were eligible for consideration for the Most Admired Companies awards, which are open to both listed and unlisted companies in Sri Lanka.

Companies were ranked according to quantitative and qualitative criteria. The quantitative criteria included financial soundness, long-term investment value creation, earnings growth and dividend payout, while the qualitative attributes considered were quality of management, quality of products and services, competitiveness, ability to attract, develop, and keep talent, innovation, and environmental, social and corporate responsibility, including the track record of integrity and business ethics.