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Lanka Orix Finance embarks on new journey with new logo

Lanka ORIX Finance Company Ltd. embarked on a new journey today by renewing its identity. The company’s new logo was unveiled by Ishara Nanayakkara, Deputy Chairman of the LOLC Group and Kapila Jayawardena, Group Managing Director/CEO of LOLC at a meeting at the LOLC Head Office recently.

“The new logo demonstrates the versatility and the independent strength of the Company.” said Mr Jayawardena in a statement issued by the company. “We are entering a new phase where Lanka ORIX Finance Company is evolving, and where its stellar financial performance speaks volumes of its consistent progress throughout the years. The company carved a niche position in the financial sector by becoming the fastest growing RFC in the country. As a member company of the LOLC Group, it offered lasting and trustworthy financial solutions to all sectors, with the SME sector being one of the primary sectors. Many of its customers are rising entrepreneurs from the regions who had immense confidence in the company.”

The new identity will continue to reflect values of trust and strength that Lanka ORIX Finance Company upholds whilst offering an opportunity for it to grow and diversify. The new tag line “opportunities” envisage enormous opportunities for customers to make use of as the company forges ahead, the statement added.

The Group Managing Director/CEO further explained that Lanka ORIX Finance Company will continue to function as a distinct financial entity supported by its own operational strength, whilst being a part of the LOLC Group.

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