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Sri lanka News – Keith Bernard, who has headed and held senior management positions in private and public firms has been made Chairman of Sri Lanka Ports Authority.

He was appointed by Ports Minister Nimal Siripala de Silva.

Bernard is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (UK) and the Chartered Global Management Accountants, the SLPA said in a statement.

He is also a Member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing (UK) and has an MBA from the Aberdeen Business School, Robert Gordon University of Aberdeen and a Master of Economics (MA) from the University of Colombo.

Bernard counts 30 years of experience at chief executive and senior management positions, Packaging, Plantations, Finance, Sports & Leisure, Apparel, Telecommunications, Health, Media, and exports.

In the Not-for-profit sector he held senior management positions in an USAID funded private sector development project and served as the Director General of the Sri Lanka Press Institute.

He had been Joint Managing Director of Sri Lanka Insurance Corporation Limited and had also served as a member of the Cabinet appointed Expert Panel of the Ministry of Public Enterprise Development. (Colombo/Oct30/2022)

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