KPMG joins CMI as Knowledge Partner | Daily News


KPMG joins CMI as Knowledge Partner

Left to right: Ramesh Dassanayake (Asst. Treasurer – CMI Sri Lanka), Rohitha Amarapala (2nd Vice President – CMI Sri Lanka) , Sajith De Silva (1st Vice President – CMI Sri Lanka), Kaushal Rajapakse (President – CMI Sri Lanka), Reyaz Mihular (Managing Partner – KPMG in Sri Lanka), Kamaya Perera (Partner, Head of Management Consulting – KPMG in Sri Lanka), Chaya Ranaweera (Committee Member – CMI Sri Lanka) and Rishantha Mendis (Committee Member – CMI Sri Lanka) at the event

Steering towards a timeline when the “new norm” is no longer new, businesses and individuals have adopted and arecurrently improvising in this post COVID-19 era. Tech disruption is continuing to play a significant role than ever, remote working and social distancing is being maintained while the world is recovering from the aftereffects of the pandemic.

In a period of uncertainty, it is critical that professional organizations contribute towards the various turnaround strategies to aid companies and individuals to overcome challenges caused by the pandemic. As an initiation, CMI Sri Lanka and KPMG in Sri Lanka signed a two-year memorandum of understanding (MOU) on the 25th of August at the KPMG premises, to support the aspiring professionals and organizations in the corporate sector.

The CMI – Sri Lanka Branch and KPMG in Sri Lanka will collaborate towards developing and enhancing the knowledge of individuals and organizations to groom and elevate collective performances that contribute towards Sri Lanka’s innovation and economic acceleration.

Combining the expertise of CMI Sri Lanka and KPMG in Sri Lanka, the partnership will leverage its global network to build on joint initiatives that will help to grow the national economy by driving SMEs and other private entities to nourish strategy and implementation. The collaboration will bring together many networking initiatives, panel discussions and other corporate events that enable innovation and perseverance of individuals and organizations. As the knowledge partner, KPMG in Sri Lanka will provide its expertise, maintain quality and professional standards on engagements of CMI Sri Lanka. Furthermore, KPMG in Sri Lanka will be working together with CMI Sir Lanka in terms of conducting, planning, criteria setting and organizing events/projects with national emphasis to revive the economy in this post COVID-19 era.


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