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New Deputy Secretary General assumes duties at Ceylon Chamber

Malcolm Atton

Alikie Perera

Following the retirement of Malcolm Atton, Deputy Secretary General of the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce in December 2009, Ms. Alikie Perera (former Additional Deputy Secretary General/Financial Controller of the Ceylon Chamber) assumed duties as the Deputy Secretary General/Financial Controller with effect from January 2010.

Mr Atton, who completed 40 years of service in April 2009 was the longest serving senior Chamber Executive in its history. The current Foreign Trade Information Division of the Chamber, the only specialised business information service among all Chambers, stands in this position, as a result of one of the path-breaking missions initiated by Mr. Atton in 1974, according to statement by the chamber.

He also took a leading role in organising the first Business Convention (Present Economic Summit). Ms. Perera joined the Chamber in 1993.

Ms. Alikie, in addition to being responsible for the efficient management of the Chamber finances for the past 16 years, has gained a wealth of experience by being responsible for handling all other aspects of the Chamber.

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