LOLC

AcronymDefinition
LOLCLand of Lost Content (museum; UK)
LOLCLanka Orix Leasing Company PLC (Rajagiriya, Sri Lanka)
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LOLC CEO Sok Voeun welcomed ABA Bank's announcement, saying an increase in listed companies on the stock exchange is a positive sign for the Kingdom's securities sector.
Krishan Thilakaratne, LOLC group head of Islamic Finance, said, 'LOLC Al-Falaah is truly honoured and humbled to have been voted as the Best Islamic Bank in Sri Lanka.
The $25 million loan signing comes three weeks after ADB and LOLC Finance, which together with LOMC is part of the LOLC Group, sealed another agreement for additional loans worth a total $69 million to help expand funding for small- and medium-sized enterprises in Sri Lanka.
LOLC, in an effort to he more customer-focused, had gone through a reengineering process in 1997, and as a result now deal with their entire customer needs in one spot.
Cambodia's second corporate bond issued by microfinance firm LOLC (Cambodia) Plc officially listed in the Cambodia Securities Exchange (CSX) on Friday, after it was completely purchased by institutional investors when the subscription period ended on April 26.
MANILA, PHILIPPINES: The LOLC Finance and the Asian Development Bank signed an agreement for a loan totaling $69 million to help expand funding support to micro- small- and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs), which play a key role in the economy.
52 reps from 39 Lankan firms in IT and non-IT sectors-including Shaw Wallace Ceylon Limited (Renuka Group), Sri Lanka Telecom, Akbar Brothers (Pvt) Ltd, Data Management Systems (Pvt) Ltd, LOLC Technologies, Open Arc Systems Pvt Ltd, SAITM Campus, McCallum Cargo (Pvt) Ltd, and Nordtex Pvt ltd-were taking part in the 29 May session.
LOLC (Cambodia) Plc is set to issue corporate bonds late next month, one month later than initially planned, as the firm's proposal has only been granted two of three required approvals.
MANILA, PHILIPPINES: The LOLC Finance and Asian Development Bank signed an agreement for a loan totaling $69 million to help expand funding support to micro- small- and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs), which play a key role in the economy.