The firm reported earnings of 2.38 rupees for the quarter. In the year to March 2012, the firm reported earnings 33.60 rupees on profits of 2.5 billion rupees.
Out of profit before minority interest, 2.5 billion rupees were capital gains mainly on the sale of parent company stock by subsidiaries.
Hayleys has interests in manufacturing of coconut shell based activated carbon and rubber gloves, both in Sri Lanka and abroad.
Hayleys chairman Mohan Pandithage said it the group was now strengthening its position in growth areas like leisure, which was growing after the end of a 30-year war in 2009.
"It is well established that the leisure sector will be a major growth area in Sri Lanka in the next decade," he said in a statement.
Hayleys has acquired Amaya, a leisure group and had travel agency and tour operations.
Continental, a city hotel was now closed for refurbishment.
Investments in wind and mini-hydro will also add to profits in the future, he said.