Prof.Dr. Lakshman Madurasinghe
Prof.Dr. Lakshman Madurasinghe MSc (Psy-Brighton) PhD., DBA (TUA-USA), D Litt (Amity-USA), Attorney-at-Law; CPC. (Compensation USA), M Inst Coun (Glasgow)., Chartered Fellow CIPD (Lond)., Fellow Cambridge International Academics, Milton, Cambridge, England, is a Lawyer and a Behavioural Scientist with graduate and post graduate studies in International Law, Therapeutic Jurisprudence, Integrative Medicines and Behavioural Science. He is also an Educationist, Thought Leader & Strategist, Author of four books including Clinical Psychology, Buddhism & Christianity. He is the pioneer of the e-Consciousness model of transformation and is a past pupil of the prestigious S Thomas’ College Mt Lavinia, Sri Lanka which was modelled after Eton College Windsor England.
He is an Academic Committee Member of EDU Brussels which is accredited to the European Parliament, Fellow of the Cambridge International Academics, Cambridge, England, Member World Jurist Association, USA, Member American Compensation Association, and a Professor of Amity, USA. He serves as Governor of European Digital Blockchain University and a Special Advisor of On Sky Global USA.
He heads the Legal and Operations secretariat of AUGP USA and supervises the funding and investment negotiations and provide expert advice on legal instruments for individual clients or governments, which include Mergers & Acquisitions, Collateral Transfer (‘leasing’ of Bank Guarantee or SBLC), Credit Line against existing Bank Instrument or Bond, Corporate Loans, Private Equity or Stakeholder Investment. The Legal Secretariat would also guide investors on MT760, MT799 and related banking procedures.
He has published many research papers and theses including ”Neuro-Physiological Correlates of Altered States of Consciousness”, and is the Author of “Organizational Behaviour”, Joint author of “Clinical Psychology”, A Handbook of Job Evaluation, Multivariate Analysis for Business Managers, Foundations of Christian faith and a set on “World Religions covering Buddhism and Christianity”. In 2007, he wrote a review of Pope Benedict’s encyclical ”Spe Salvi Facti Sumus” which appeared in the Asian Tribune.