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Allianz Insurance in assignment with MTI HRM Solutions

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Allianz Insurance, the Sri Lankan branch of the world’s largest general insurance company, has just completed a HRM / talent acquisition assignment with MTI HRM Solutions (www.mtihrmsolutions.com).

“In our quest to firmly establish our presence in the Sri Lankan market, we have identified talent management as key driver of our business. MTI HRM, given their regional network and the strong local presence has partnered us in this regard” said Surekha Alles, Sri Lanka CEO of the German Insurer.

MTI HRM Solutions provides organisations with a full suite of services to help design the organisational structure and jobs, attract the best-fit talent, to ensure the optimum ROI from human resources via effective motivational and competency development initiatives, undertake OD initiatives that will enhance the collective performance of the organisation and manage and monitor the HR performance

Allianz Insurance Lanka Ltd. is a fully owned subsidiary of Allianz S.E. of Germany and received registration as an insurer from Insurance Board of Sri Lanka on 30 September, 2004 to carry on general insurance business. The underwriting operation commenced on 01 January 2005. The company received a license in July 2008 from Insurance Board of Sri Lanka to carry on life insurance businesses as well.

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