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The world’s largest life insurer, AIA’s centennial celebrations continued in Jaffna with over 200 customers, employees and Wealth Planners from the North and East branches uniting to celebrate AIA’s 100-year journey. Participants pledged to make small lifestyle changes that can help them live healthier, longer, better lives, while also pledging to help customers become physically and financially healthier. The regional walks are part of AIA’s centennial celebrations across the country. Earlier this year, AIA made a Rs. 3 million donation to the Sri Lanka Heart Association, raised at the Colombo leg of the Walk for Life. 


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