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AIA Insurance and NDB continue to deepen partnership in Bancassurance

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AIA Insurance and National Development Bank (NDB) launched a program to offer specialised insurance solutions to the bank’s corporate customers, as they moved towards strengthening their long-standing Bancassurance partnership. 

Both parties recognise the importance of leveraging NDB’s extensive corporate network to encourage people to start planning for their retirement as well as health and life insurance. Both AIA and NDB are committed to providing greater protection and retirement planning for the bank’s corporate customers while working together to encourage corporates to provide effective insurance solutions through AIA for their employees’ needs.

The event was hosted by the top management of both companies including CEOs Pankaj Banerjee (AIA) and Dimantha Seneviratne (NDB). 


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