Written by Staff Writer
22 Jan, 2019 | 9:08 pm
Colombo (News1st): The Employee’s Provident Fund managed by the Central Bank has lost a staggering Rs. 9.2 billion on its stock portfolio up to June 2018.
Quoting a report from the agency, newspapers reported that the stocks were purchased during different times, but among the most controversial were those made at the height of a stock market bubble that ended around 2011.
The Employees Provident Fund holds the hard earned money of the general public of this country.
Responsible officials have continued to turn a blind eye as the money in this fund continues to be misappropriated in the billions.
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