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Deputy Minister Harsha de Silva, and Nepal’s only Forbes listed billionaire to inaugurate CA Sri Lanka’s national conference on Wednesday

Deputy Minister of National Policy and Economic Affairs Dr. Harsha de Silva, and Chairman of CG Corp Global Dr. Binod K. Chaudhary, who is the only Forbes listed billionaire from Nepal will inaugurate the 38th National Conference of Chartered Accountants on Wednesday, 25th October 2017 at BMICH, Colombo.

The annual conference organised by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Sri Lanka (CA Sri Lanka) will this year revolve around the theme ‘Dynamism: Agility in Leadership, and will conclude on 27th October 2017, after two days of technical sessions, featuring local and international speakers.

Dr. Binod K. Chaudhary Dr. Harsha de Silva

The conference which has earned a reputation as one of the country’s most highly attended corporate events, will this year attract more than 1800 delegates to the venue while a larger number of chartered accountants and non-accounting professionals have also registered for the three day event via webcast.

Chaudhary’s CG Corp Global is a multidimensional conglomerate with a portfolio of over 100 businesses spread over 30 countries, with a 10, 000 strong staff. Some of the major businesses of the group are present in the US, Africa, Dubai, Maldives, Sri Lanka, Thailand, India, Nepal and China.

Chaudhary has controlling shares in Nabil, the largest private sector bank in Nepal and numerous hotel investments, joint ventures with brands such as Taj, Alila, Fern, Radisson and The Farm at San Benito. His other business interests includes energy, infrastructure, realty, telecom and education. His core strength is his vision for the future, an unshakable commitment to work, high adaptability and an ability to lead his team through turbulent times. Contrary to popular perception, Chaudhary has proved that an entrepreneur can build a business in challenging environments and still emerge successful.