The initial listing of JKH, the investment holding company in 1986, was the largest initial public offering of shares on the CSE at that time. In March 1987, 25 percent of JKH was owned by 2,179 public shareholders with a market capitalisation of Rs. 110 million. We are pleased that, today, JKH has over 11,000 shareholders, further broad-basing the ownership of the company which includes many internationally renowned foreign institutional funds, who have been long-standing shareholders, exemplifying, what we believe to be, the value creation process of the company and the high standards of governance. At the time of writing this article, JKH commanded a market capitalisation of Rs. 216 billion, making it the largest listed company on the CSE. The other companies which form the top five in terms of market capitalisation are: Ceylon Tobacco Company– Rs. 207 billion, Dialog Axiata– Rs. 101 billion, Commercial Bank of Ceylon – Rs. 92 billion and the Distilleries Company of Sri Lanka – Rs. 84 billion.