Welcome to EY Sri Lanka
Locally, we are committed to doing our part in building a better working world for our people, for our clients and for our communities. Our clients are able to benefit from our local knowledge of the business and regulatory environment, coupled with access to our global network, including technical accountants from Australia, Asia and across the world.
Globally, we are also united by our shared values, which inspire our people worldwide and guide them to do the right thing, and our commitment to quality, which is embedded in who we are and everything we do.
We also invite you to learn more about the EY difference: high-performing teams delivering exceptional client service.
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Companies in SEA are focused on resilience in a low-growth environment, as they expect stability in the markets they operate and an improved M&A market.
How are Asia’s leading businesses accelerating their growth? Read session highlights to gain fascinating insights from business leaders, entrepreneurs and advisors.
Digital transformation is disrupting banking business models across Asia-Pacific. Do banks stay being digitally disrupted or transition to being redesigned for digital future?