Mr Brindley de Zylva is the Chairman of the Board of LOLC (Cambodia) Plc. He is also the managing director of LOLC Myanmar Microfinance Ltd. Prior to joining LOLC (Cambodia) Plc., he has served as the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of LOLC Finance Plc.
(LOFC), Sri Lanka. Before taking over as the Chairman of LOLC (Cambodia) Plc., he has served the Non-Bank Financial Services Industry (NBFI) for 33 years in both Licensed Finance Companies and Specialized Leasing Companies holding Board & General Management positions.
He has a wide range of expertise and experience in the NBFI sector; covering Marketing & Sales, Credit & Recovery Management, and Finance. Mr. de Zylva, who is a Fellow of the Sri Lanka Institute of Credit Management, was elected as its Honorary Secretary in 2010.
He also served as a Member of the Council of Management of the Finance Houses Association of Sri Lanka for nine years, four of which as one of its Vice Chairmen, and as a Director of the Financial Ombudsman Sri Lanka (Guarantee) Limited, he guided for the benefit of the NBFIs in Sri Lanka.
These positions were relinquished in 2015 to take over a regional assignment for the LOLC Group in Myanmar & Cambodia. Between 2006 to 2015, He also served in an honorary capacity as a Non-Executive Director of Navajeevana Rehabilitation Tangalle, Sri Lanka which is a Non-Governmental Organization serving the disabled.
Conrad Dias is the CIO of the LOLC Group and the Co-founder/ Director of iPay. He holds a Master of Business Administration from the University of Leicester. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountant, a Chartered Global Management Accountant and a Fellow of British Computer Society and Fellow Member of Certified Management Accountant of Sri Lanka.
Mr Dias counts over 25 years of experience and processes domain expertise in various sectors such as Trading, Banking and Finance, Assets Management and Manufacturing. In recognition of his contributions to the LOLC Group and the local IT Industry as a whole, Conrad was awarded the CSSL CIO of the year in 2016.
He was also awarded the Professional Excellence Award 2017 at the event organized by Institute of Certified Management of Accountant of Sri Lanka.
Dulip Rasika Samaraweera is a Director of LOLC (Cambodia) Plc. Mr Dulip Samaraweera is a graduate of the University of Sri Jayawardenepura, with a degree in Physical Sciences specializing in Statistics and is a passed finalist of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (UK).
He started his career in investment research in 2004 and joined the LOLC Group in 2007. He also serves as a director of LOLC Myanmar Microfinance Limited. He is an experienced professional in financial management, process improvement, strategic planning, investments and acquisitions.
Mr Michael Moormann is an Independent BOD Member of LOLC (Cambodia) Plc. He started his career in the Netherlands with the foreign division of ABN AMRO Bank in 1971 and was transferred to Indonesia in 1973.
He gained much experience serving in a variety of positions and working in many different countries before taking up senior management positions. In 1992 he became the Regional Manager of private banking in Latin America for AB AMRO and starting from 1994 served as Country Manager for the same bank in several countries including the Philippines, Sri Lanka and Vietnam.
Since 2005, Mr Moormann has completed several consulting assignments in microfinance and presently serves as a director on the board of two microfinance institutions. His professional strengths include internal audit, human resource management and change management. Mr Michael joined LOLC (Cambodia) Plc. in February 2013.
Mr Indrajith Wijesiriwardana is currently an Independent BOD member of LOLC (Cambodia) Plc. He joined LOLC (Cambodia) Plc. in 1st January 2015. Indrajith is a highly-skilled consultant in international development finance with over 20 years of international experience from nearly 30 countries.
His key areas of expertise include Microfinance and SME Finance (MSME) and Capacity Building in the financial sector. He is skilled and experienced in strategy and business design developing inclusive financial systems, developing capacity in financial institutions focusing on MSME, institutional transformations and product design and process improvements.
During his career in the banking sector, prior to consulting, he has prepared and evaluated project proposals and monitored projects. His responsibilities included loan financing for small, medium and large enterprises, trade financing, equity financing, restructuring, loan syndication and leasing.
He has developed and managed financial support services such as planning, budgeting and monitoring, accounting, financial administration and MIS.