Amãna Takaful relocates Matale branch to serve customers better

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Amãna Takaful PLC (ATL) the only fully-fledged Takaful operator in the country and the flag bearer of the Takaful way of insurance in Sri Lanka, recently relocated its Matale branch with the intention of serving their customers better. 


The new branch with its cutting-edge facilities and open office concept is strategically located at510, Main Street, Matale. The new office was ceremoniously inaugurated recently by 
ATL Chief Executive Officer Fazal Gafoor in the presence of ATL’s senior regional management, staff members and representatives from the local community.


Commenting on the opening of the new branch, Gafoor said, “It’s indeed a great day for us, Matale is an area where people from all ethnicities live in harmony.At Amãna we are committed to remain ‘open to all’ as weserve all communities. We also employ a dynamic multi-ethnic team across our network.Our aim is to take our innovative and dynamic products and services to all parts of the country.” ATL is keen on maintaining its ever expanding presence in central Sri Lanka and the new relocation marks yet another milestone in the comprehensive branch network with branches in Kandy, Gampola, and Akurana. 


ATL continues to be a leading and progressive player in the insurance industry in Sri Lanka and satisfiesall sectors of customers. The Takaful way of insurance operates on the concept of bringing people together to be part of a system that gives them the opportunity to help each other. Since its inception in 1999, ATL has been successful in establishing a strong position for the concept of Takaful amidst competition from established conventional players. 

 

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