Breaking all landmarks in the local insurance industry Sri Lanka Insurance (SLI) has once again declared a life bonus of Rs.5.4 billion for the year 2016 surpassing its own record of Rs.4.7 billion declared the year before. Sri Lanka Insurance has declared over Rs 35 billion in total as life insurance bonuses since 2006. This is ample evidence of the company’s commitment to providing the highest returns while protecting its policyholders through wise investment management. Explaining how the company continuously achieves this success, SLI Chairman Hemaka Amarasuriya, said: “The Company is managed with a clear strategy and a vision to become the trusted insurer to the nation whilst providing best value to our customers.
This was demonstrated by declaring the unmatchable highest ever bonus in the local insurance industry year on year totaling over Rs.35 billion for the last 11 years.
Conscious, informed and timely decisions were made on opportunities that evolved in the capital market, boosting investment income to achieve high-level of return. As a result SLI life fund, largest in the industry, recorded a mammoth growth in investment income enabling us to achieve this landmark. At Sri Lanka Insurance, the bonus is calculated on the sum assured and is based on the time span of the policy, where customers receive tremendous benefits.”
Sri Lanka Insurance strongly believes that every citizen should invest in life insurance hence SLI offers strong, secure and stable solutions that come with government protection.
Sri Lanka Insurance has been committed to excellent customer service and innovative policies and systems that have allowed the company to service a whole gamut of customer needs from corporate entities to individuals from all walks of life.
Sri Lanka Insurance is acknowledged as the strongest and largest insurance provider in Sri Lanka. It is the only insurance company in the country to receive both AA(lka) with Stable outlook from FitchRatings (London) and AAA with Stable outlook from RAM Ratings for its financial stability.