Capital Market Donation Drive provides COVID-19 related medical equipment to 10 hospitals


The Colombo Stock Exchange (CSE), Stockbroker Firms and the staff of the Securities and Exchange Commission of Sri Lanka (SEC) collaborated recently on a community engagement project focused on donating Rs. 9.6 million worth COVID-19 related medical equipment to 10 hospitals around the country.

This Capital Market Donation Drive was successful in meeting vital equipment and supply needs of the District General Hospital of Avissawella, District General Hospital of Mannar, District General Hospital of Polonnaruwa, Homagama Base Hospital, Kinniya Base Hospital, North Colombo Teaching Hospital, Teaching Hospital Karapitiya, Teaching Hospital Mahamodara, the National Hospital and Weligama Divisional Hospital.

The initiative made donations of multi-parameter monitors, syringe pumps, high-flow nasal oxygen therapy devices, CPAP Machines, ECG Machines, oxygen concentrators, a piped medical gas system, non-rebreather masks, personal protective equipment and consumables.

Participating Stockbroker Firms include Acuity Stockbrokers (Pvt) Ltd., Asha Securities Limited, Asia Securities (Pvt) Ltd., Bartleet Religare Securities (Pvt) Ltd., CTCLSA Securities (Pvt) Ltd., Candor Equities Ltd., Capital Alliance Securities (Pvt) Ltd., Capital Trust Securities (Pvt) Ltd., Enterprise Ceylon Capital (Pvt) Ltd., First Capital Equities (Pvt) Ltd., First Guardian Equities (Pvt) Ltd., JB Securities (Pvt) Ltd., LOLC Securities Ltd., Lanka Securities (Pvt) Ltd., NDB Securities (Private) Ltd., Nation Lanka Equities (Pvt) Ltd., S C Securities (Pvt) Ltd., Softlogic Stockbrokers (Pvt) Ltd. and Taprobane Securities (Pvt) Ltd.