Oxford College of Business wins Gold at the 56th Chartered Accountants of Sri Lanka Annual Report Awards
Sri Lanka’s leading private higher education provider, Oxford College of Business bagged Gold in the Small and Medium Sized Entities at the recently concluded Chartered Accountants of Sri Lanka’s 56th Annual Report awards reinforcing the company’s prowess in financial disclosure.
Organised by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Sri Lanka (CA Sri Lanka), the Awards serve as one of the country’s most prestigious platforms for showcasing the highest standards of transparency, accountability, social responsibility and corporate governance in the fields of annual reporting and corporate disclosures, while honouring those companies for effectively communicating financial and non- financial information to the stakeholders.
Director/CEO of Oxford College of Business, Malindu Ranasinghe said, “I give all glory and honour to Christ alone for this great achievement. In this journey, producing precise and transparent financial reports in line with the highest global standards has always remained at the top our agenda as financial reporting has a long term bearing on both a company and country. Oxford College of Business is defined by our commitment to corporate governance and accountability, which has been witnessed consistently over the years. This has been one of the key factors that has enabled our organization to thrive even during these harsh business climate currently prevalent in the country. COVID has become an extraordinary challenge to us all, and with various new variants popping up, the pandemic is far from over. However, we can’t continue to be crushed by the pandemic, and we are now using the pandemic to show our resilience, immaterial the size of our business or the percentage of our profit. Transparent and accurate reporting into all aspects of our performance is fundamental to the Company’s continuing ability to deliver excellence to all its stakeholders. Transparency, accountability and corporate responsibility are important if Sri Lanka is to achieve a sustainable financial system that is on par with global standards. We believe that our annual reports and disclosures are vital towards providing all stakeholders with a clear and accurate snapshot of our performance. We are honoured to once again have been presented with such prestigious accolades at this year’s awards as well” Mr. Ranasinghe said.