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Amãna Takaful Expands its Footprint - Latest branch in Welimada.

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Gehan Rajapakse, CEO, Amãna Takaful Life, addressing the gathering

Amãna Takaful PLC (ATL) unveiled its latest branch in Welimada recently, bringing its Insurance expertise to the residents of the town as part of its expansion to widen its geographic footprint across the island. The ceremonial inauguration was graced by Mr. Gehan Rajapakse, CEO ATL Life,together with ATL Regional Managers, Branch Managers and its staff as well as prominent businessmen, professionals and members of the financial services fraternity.

Commenting on the opening of the new branch, Mr. Rajapakse, stated, “Our success so far can be attributed to the wide ranging solutions Takaful offers to Sri Lankans and the superior service we provide to our patrons. It gives us great honor to introduce Amãna Takaful to the people of Welimada, and we hope that our new branch will continue to fulfil the diverse insurance needs of this community”.

On this its 20th year, ATL has achieved ongoing success, by embracing a culture of change and progression in a fast-paced, competitive environment. ATL currently operates in 37 branches, and is set to expand further - to better serve customers across the country. ATL continuously reaches out to customers from all segments of society and offers innovative and state-of-the-art insurance products that are convenient, affordable and reliable. As part of its commitment to remain ‘Open to all’, ATL reaches out to all communities through a multi-ethnic team across its network.

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