Leaked document sparks action from Sri Lankan central bank

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Sri Lanka: Central bank reacts to the leaked report publishing details of illegal bond dealings

The Central Bank of Sri Lanka is strengthening its internal control mechanisms after a confidential draft of a report into Perpetual Treasuries, a primary dealer in the bond market, was leaked.

In a statement on October 10, the bank stressed the release of the draft into the public domain was not "authorised" and the final report has not yet been submitted to the monetary board for its consideration.

The report details information surrounding two controversial treasury bond deals carried out by

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