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76Focus on Government controlled entities - Page 4 Empty Re: Focus on Government controlled entities Sat Jun 10, 2023 12:38 pm

K.R


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https://www.newswire.lk/2023/06/10/privatization-of-slt-clarification-from-the-govt/

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ErangaDS


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First SOE privatisation by Q4 of 2023

Unit expects to privatise the first SOE by Q4 of 2023 and that almost all proposals received for transaction advisors are a partnership between a local and international investment bank.

https://www.themorning.lk/articles/1sYL9madlPGVFzDXVaHo

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ErangaDS


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Sri Lanka selects privatization advisors

Capital Alliance Partners with Alvarez and Marsal has been selected for Sri Lanka Insurance.

Patinum Advisors with Colliers, for Hotel Developers and Deloitte India for Litro Gas and Canwill Holdings, the owning company of Colombo’s Hyatt building.

Sri Lanka’s state enterprise restructuring unit is expecting to start the first sell-downs in the fourth quarter of 2023.

https://economynext.com/sri-lanka-selects-privatization-advisors-124140/

Ekanayake90


Manager - Equity Analytics
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ErangaDS wrote:CSE listed SOEs

State Banks and its subsidiaries
*People’s Bank - PINS PLC
*BOC - MBSL

“Apart from above 3 companies, Government has the control over HDFC Bank through National Housing Development Authority”

***These 4 are the only CSE listed companies, which has a controlling interest of the Government.(SLT LHCL already announced)

[size=33]SDF confirms expressing interest on SLSB[/size]

Sarvodaya Development Finance PLC (SDF) yesterday confirmed it has expressed its interest in acquiring the Sri Lanka Savings Bank (SLSB) to the Ministry of Finance, Economic Stabilisation, and National Policies. 


In its filing to the CSE, SDF said its proposal was in line with the government announcement of divestment of state-owned enterprises in its efforts of economic reforms and restructuring.


SLSB is a fully owned subsidiary of National Savings Bank (NSB) 


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Is it the time for SOEs in CSE $$ 

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God Father


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Quibit wrote:SLT, HDFC, MBSL, LHCL, PINS, PLC

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God Father wrote:
Quibit wrote:SLT, HDFC, MBSL, LHCL, PINS, PLC

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SOE restructuring: Lanka Hospitals, Hilton, Grand Hyatt picked as priority divestments

The ongoing SOE restructuring process is likely to start with the divestment of the State’s controlling stake in either Lanka Hospitals Corporation PLC, Hotel Developers Lanka Ltd. (Hilton Colombo), or Canwill Holdings (Pvt) Ltd. (Grand Hyatt, Colombo), the State-Owned Enterprise Restructuring Unit (SOERU) of the Ministry of Finance, Economic Stabilisation, and National Policies reveals. 


https://www.themorning.lk/articles/36kriXthdjwOCSaxFW7V

82Focus on Government controlled entities - Page 4 Empty Re: Focus on Government controlled entities Sun Jul 23, 2023 10:20 am

K.R

K.R
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Manager - Equity Analytics

SL Insurance Corp. to be segregated into 2 entities\

Steps are being taken to split the life and general insurance businesses of Sri Lanka Insurance Corporation Ltd. (SLIC) into two separate entities prior to the divestment of the Government’s controlling stake in SLIC, the State-Owned Enterprise Restructuring Unit (SOERU) of the Ministry of Finance reveals.
Speaking to The Sunday Morning Business, SOERU Head Suresh Shah stated that in accordance with the law, the SLIC would have to separate its life and general insurance businesses before the SOERU went ahead with privatisation plans.

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ErangaDS

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Sri Lanka has 80 SOEs that that could move out of state hands:
ECONOMYNEXT_

There are about 130 commercial state-owned enterprises in Sri Lanka out of which 15 are non -operational and have to be closed.

There were another 80 commercial entities that did not meet the conventional arguments for being kept in state hands.

These include having a natural monopoly, having a public service function or being an essential service.

soileconomy

soileconomy
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics

Government may dispose the most of easiest,less trouble making  entity first.
Less pressure from unions 
Most easiest divestment.
Easy to gauge the Final price.
Less protest from public and parliament.
Currently profit making entity
That is my assumption

D.G.Dayaratne


Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics

Most of privatization programs under JR, Chandrika, and Mahinda have been total failure, mainly due to CROONY CAPITALISM.

WILL SAME THING HAPPEN UNDER RANIL ALSO ?

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soileconomy

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This time most of public have understood the ground reality. Specially loss making entities public are very keen on either restructuring or disposing due to economic pressure.
Some entities which were taken back by previous governments like Shell (now litro) Sri Lankans airlines ,Sri Lanka insurance may offer again 
Unions are not strong at this juncture as they do not get public support as previous.
Government needs to give clear signals to local and international investors that we need FDI a 
Opposition political parties are somewhat agreeable for privatisation except JVP as usual

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87Focus on Government controlled entities - Page 4 Empty Re: Focus on Government controlled entities Thu Sep 07, 2023 10:12 am

D.G.Dayaratne


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As far as i know NPP also accept development with privet sector participation as in case of China Vietnam and many other socialist countries .

China almost complete 100% poverty REDUCTIN PROGRAME DURING LASE 15 YEAER. They call New policy as" SOCIALISM WITH CHINESE CHARASTERISTIC". THEY HAVE ALLOCATED DEVELOMENT OF EXTREEMLY POOR AREAS  TO BIG PRIVATE COMPANIES.

PL VISIT INTERNET AND READ  ABOUT CHINESE DEVELOPMENT  UNDRE NEW POLCY AFTER MAO.



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88Focus on Government controlled entities - Page 4 Empty Re: Focus on Government controlled entities Sun Sep 10, 2023 12:13 pm

soileconomy

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[size=34]Politics a “no no” in SOEs reforms
By Sunimalee Dias
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Sri Lanka’s commitment to state owned enterprises (SOEs) reforms is crucial to the country’s future with no room for “complacency” focusing on transparency and a disciplined approach and no room for political thuggery under institutions run by experts.
These matters were brought to the fore at this week’s Asian Development Bank’s (ADB) Serendipity Knowledge Programme on ‘SOE Reform: Challenges and Opportunities for Sri Lanka’ where a panel of experts highlighted the case studies from other countries and the impact of these changes on the country’s future.
Treasury Secretary Mahinda Siriwardena opening the discussion highlighted that the path to SOE reforms does not allow for any “complacency” and no room for margin of error else it could lead to devastating consequences.
Mismanagement, corruption due to ownership and undue political influence have contributed to significant losses in the SOEs in the past burdening the citizenry.
Key factors that need to be addressed in overcoming the SOEs problems are cost reflective pricing; balance sheet restructuring; introduction of competition in key sectors; and divestment of non-strategic assets; and governance and legislation.
Keynote speaker at the event former President of Stattum and Director at the Swedish Ministry of Industry Dag Detter highlighted the challenges they faced in trying to establish reforms in Sweden and their experiences in coming close to political thuggery which he vehemently criticised as being the main deterrent in moving ahead with reforms.
He pointed out that the total value of public assets in Sri Lanka amounts to US$240 billion and managing them properly is crucial to obtaining their real value. Data needs to be made available in a bid to ensure these institutions are managed well.
Sri Lanka’s SOE Restructuring Unit Chairperson Suresh Shah noted that it was proposed to appoint directors to the Holding Company and the SOEs through a system established independently in this regard.
SOEs are not to rely on state banks for funding but to become profitable ventures so as to ensure they fund their own future operations.
Of the 130 SOEs about 30 can be depleted, some can be under government control; some to be engaged in a Public Private Partnership; about 80 to be out of government control. They are currently working on a “narrow time frame” it was noted.

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89Focus on Government controlled entities - Page 4 Empty Re: Focus on Government controlled entities Sun Sep 10, 2023 12:19 pm

soileconomy

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[size=33]ECONOMYNEXT – Sri Lanka may appoint domestic transaction advisors for smaller divestments in the future, Director General of the State Enterprise Restructuring Unit Suresh Shah said.[/size]
[size=33]In the first set of enterprises to be sold, which included Sri Lanka Insurance, Sri Lanka Telecom and Litro Gas, international transaction advisors were appointed.By appointing local advisors in future transactions, sometime could be saved, Shah told a forum organized by CAL, a Colombo-based investment banking group.[/size]
[size=33]Sri Lanka has about 80 commercial state enterprises that could be moved to private hands, he said.Government procurement processes were time consuming and could be frustrating at times, he said.The SOE unit was however going by the rules.[/size]
[size=33]Quoted from Sunday island (10/09/2023)[/size]

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90Focus on Government controlled entities - Page 4 Empty Re: Focus on Government controlled entities Thu Sep 14, 2023 12:46 pm

ErangaDS

ErangaDS
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State Banks and its subsidiaries

CSE: People’s Bank - PINS PLC

BOC - MBSL

Apart from above 3 companies, Government has the control over HDFC Bank through National Housing Development Authority.

These 4 are the only CSE listed companies, which has a controlling interest of the Government.(SLT LHCL already announced)

https://fb.watch/n2ra-3HGfz/?mibextid=Gd9JSz
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91Focus on Government controlled entities - Page 4 Empty Re: Focus on Government controlled entities Tue Oct 03, 2023 12:19 pm

K.R

K.R
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Manager - Equity Analytics

AKD reveals plans to sell Milco & Highland to Amul

https://www.newswire.lk/2023/10/02/akd-reveals-plans-to-sell-milco-highland-to-amul/

soileconomy

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Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics

https://economynext.com/sri-lanka-ready-to-seek-investors-for-hilton-hyatt-lanka-hospitals-133672/

ErangaDS

ErangaDS
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ErangaDS wrote:State Banks and its subsidiaries

CSE:  People’s Bank - PINS PLC

        BOC - MBSL

Apart from above 3 companies, Government has the control over HDFC Bank through National Housing Development Authority.

These 4 are the only CSE listed companies, which has a controlling interest of the Government.(SLT LHCL already announced)

https://fb.watch/n2ra-3HGfz/?mibextid=Gd9JSz

Sri Lanka plans to transfer over 80 SOEs to holding company
ECONOMYNEXT – Sri Lanka plans to transfer more than 80 state enterprises into a holding company (HoldCo) under a broad policy framework for better governance, capital raising, while maintaining state control or for future divestiture under.

https://economynext.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/10/sri-lanka-SOE-policy-EN.pdf
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🔸Sri Lanka is planning to privatise its loss-making state-run carrier SriLankan Airlines in the second quarter of 2024, said Suresh Shah, the head of the state-owned Enterprises Restructuring Unit (SOERU).
🔸About another 130 loss-making entities will also be restructured and about 85 can be privatised,” Shah said*
🔸Sri Lanka is also separately looking at restructuring its energy, water and fuel distribution monopoly businesses as part of efforts to overhaul its public finances under the IMF programme.

https://www.dailymirror.lk/business-news/Sri-Lanka-aims-to-streamline-tax-structure-boost-collections/273-268560

ErangaDS

ErangaDS
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Finally!
Its happening fellas 💲
CSE : LHCL
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K.R

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Sri Lanka invites interest to sell Canwill Holdings

ECONOMYNEXT – Sri Lanka’s State Owned Enterprises Unit has called for expressions of interest from investors to divest Canwill Holdings, which owns almost completely building in the capital Colombo.

https://economynext.com/sri-lanka-invites-interest-to-sell-canwill-holdings-137672/
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K.R

K.R
Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics

Sri Lanka seeks bids in divestment of loss-making state carrier

REUTERS: Sri Lanka has invited bids for state-run carrier SriLankan Airlines as the island nation looks to reduce losses incurred by government-owned enterprises under a US $ 2.9 billion International Monetary Fund (IMF) programme.
https://www.dailymirror.lk/business-news/Sri-Lanka-seeks-bids-in-divestment-of-loss-making-state-carrier/273-270418

97Focus on Government controlled entities - Page 4 Empty Re: Focus on Government controlled entities Sun Nov 05, 2023 11:21 am

ErangaDS

ErangaDS
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics

ErangaDS wrote:CSE listed SOEs

State Banks and its subsidiaries
*People’s Bank - PINS PLC
*BOC - MBSL

“Apart from above 3 companies, Government has the control over HDFC Bank through National Housing Development Authority”

***These 4 are the only CSE listed companies, which has a controlling interest of the Government.(SLT LHCL already announced)

Most of EOIs been called and advertised for the bidding for 1st phase of Privatization (Including Sri Lankan), will the government announce the 2nd phase within this year  Question Question

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98Focus on Government controlled entities - Page 4 Empty Re: Focus on Government controlled entities Fri Nov 10, 2023 12:08 pm

K.R

K.R
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Investors sought to divest Sri Lanka Telecom 50.23-pct stake

ECONOMYNEXT – A 50.23 -percent majority stake in Sri Lanka Telecom is offered to investors by according to a pre-qualification call by the island’s State Enterprise Restructuring Unit.
https://economynext.com/investors-sought-to-divest-sri-lanka-telecom-50-23-pct-stake-139321/
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I propose that 20% of the shares of the two large state owned banks should be given to strategic investors or the public to improve capital and support the future growth of the two state-owned banks to reduce the burden on taxpayers' funds - President




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100Focus on Government controlled entities - Page 4 Empty Re: Focus on Government controlled entities Mon Nov 13, 2023 4:07 pm

ErangaDS

ErangaDS
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ErangaDS wrote:
ErangaDS wrote:CSE listed SOEs

State Banks and its subsidiaries
*People’s Bank - PINS PLC
*BOC - MBSL

“Apart from above 3 companies, Government has the control over HDFC Bank through National Housing Development Authority”

***These 4 are the only CSE listed companies, which has a controlling interest of the Government.(SLT LHCL already announced)

Most of EOIs been called and advertised for the bidding for 1st phase of Privatization (Including Sri Lankan), will the government announce the 2nd phase within this year  Question Question

Phase 2 has begun 🔸

ECONOMYNEXT – Sri Lanka plans to sell 20 percent stake in state banks to strategic investors or the public, President Ranil Wickremesinghe said.


https://economynext.com/sri-lanka-to-sell-down-20-pct-of-state-banks-rs450-for-bank-recapitalization-139692/

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101Focus on Government controlled entities - Page 4 Empty Re: Focus on Government controlled entities Sun Nov 19, 2023 5:34 pm

ErangaDS

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9 parties keen to buy Hilton Colombo

Nine parties have responded to the Expression of Interests (EOIs) to buy Hotel Developers Lanka Ltd., the owning company of popular five star Hilton Colombo, the State-Owned Enterprises Restructuring Unit (SRU) said yesterday.
https://www.ft.lk/front-page/9-parties-keen-to-buy-Hilton-Colombo/44-755352

102Focus on Government controlled entities - Page 4 Empty Re: Focus on Government controlled entities Wed Nov 22, 2023 8:25 pm

ErangaDS

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Sri Lanka receives 8 RfQ from “potential investors” for Lanka Hospitals PLC

ECONOMYNEXT – The Sri Lankan government has received 8 Requests for Qualification (RfQ) from potential investors for the acquisition of shares in The Lanka Hospitals Corporation PLC, the State-Owned Enterprises Restructuring Unit said.
https://economynext.com/sri-lanka-receives-8-rfq-from-potential-investors-for-lanka-hospitals-plc-141155/

103Focus on Government controlled entities - Page 4 Empty Re: Focus on Government controlled entities Thu Nov 23, 2023 7:33 am

K.R

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Asiri, Hemas and Sunshine speculated among local firms whilst India’s Apollo and Kauvery figure in overseas interests that includes parties from UK and Malaysia
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104Focus on Government controlled entities - Page 4 Empty Re: Focus on Government controlled entities Sun Nov 26, 2023 12:57 pm

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There could be a consolidation between government owned insurance businesses after the split process  Arrow #PINS  Idea




SLIC to be split into Life and General units

The Sri Lanka Insurance Corporation (SLIC) will be split into two entities namely Life and General before its restructure and the background to this process is nearing completion, Finance Ministry officials said.

The Regulation of Insurance Industry (Amendment) Act, No.03 of 2011 requires an existing insurer to be listed on the Colombo Stock Exchange (CSE). Insurance Companies were asked to segregate their business into two separate companies before obtaining a mandatory public listing to promote greater transparency and encourage better governance but SLIC was exempted in a 2014 letter to the SLIC trade unions by the finance ministry saying that SLIC isn’t required to segregate the Life and General Insurance businesses and also that they need not list on the CSE – both rules that had to be followed by all other private insurance companies.

Now with SOE restructuring efforts, the state insurance arm will be split into life and general units, as per the instructions provided to the State-owned Enterprise Restructuring Unit (SRU) of the Ministry of Finance by the Committee on Public Enterprises. The request for proposals to invest in SLIC will go out in the first quarter of next year

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