“We are still in the process of selecting individuals who are genuinely interested in ensuring good governance,” good governance and minority shareholder activist, K.C Vignarajah, who spearheads the association, said.
He noted the association only welcomes people who are serious about trade and they should not be influenced by ‘mafia’ operational in the CSE.
“For those who wish to become members of the Association, the qualifying criteria of a minority shareholder will be someone who hold a stake in at least 10 companies and possess shares worth of Rs.300,000 in total,” the activist confessed.
When asked whether he is able to provide a timeframe of when the screening process is to be completed, Vignarajah replied in the negative adding that “It takes time”.
Courtesy: The Nation