Amãna Takaful relocates its Anuradhapura branch to serve their customers better

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The forerunner of Takaful in Sri Lanka, Amãna Takaful PLC (ATL) recently relocated their Anuradhapura Branch to a new state of the art premises, further enabling them to serve their loyal clientele better. The auspicious opening of the new premises was preceded by Fazal Ghaffoor – CEO, ATL together with Gehan Rajapakse - CEO,ATL Life. 

This relocation enables their customers to meet all their insurance service needs ranging from Life insurance to General insurance all under one roof. 

ATL Insurance has been the pioneer in introducing many unique insurance schemes to the market and has been one of the leading change maker in the insurance industry. Their unparalleled benefit schemes as have immensely contributed towards their success story and further empowered them in establishing a reputation as one of the most trusted insurance providers in Sri Lanka. ATL remains the only insurance provider who introduced a health insurance scheme, ‘KRUTHAGUNA’ for the senior citizens who are above 55 years of age. Furthermore, the unique medical insurance scheme, ‘SUWASIRI’ that gives a coverage of 100,000 rupees for a very nominal annual premium of Rs.2,222, is another such initiative that changed the face of life insurance industry in Sri Lanka. The special three wheel ‘TUK TUK FULL’ and motor cycle ‘SMART RIDER COVER’ insurance scheme loaded with many other free benefits inclusive of a life insurance cover worth Rs.300,000 is another unparalleled scheme that comes under their umbrella. 

Together with its two CEO’s, S.H. Asif –Head of National Distribution, Assistant General Managers Gayan De Silva and Nimal Priyantha, Sumedha Mirihana –Manager Marketing Activations,Regional Managers – A. Moses and M.Hismy, Saman Sajeewaka and Saman Janaka–Anuradhapura Branch Managers of the General and Life companies respectivelywith its staff members, representatives from finance, leasing and higher purchase companies, the media and a large number of clients. 


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