Home / Financial Services/ Amana Takaful fulfils promises in Galle

Amana Takaful fulfils promises in Galle


Comments / {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}} Views / Tuesday, 12 September 2017 00:00


 

Amana Takaful Insurance being the pioneer of the ‘Takaful Insurance way’ has played a vital and a revolutionary role in the Sri Lankan insurance industry during its 18 year presence. Being in the forefront of innovation, Amana Takaful introduced two new insurance schemes namely ‘TukTuk Full’ and ‘Smart Rider Cover’ eight months ago especially targeted to three wheeler and motor cycle insurance holders. Loaded with added benefits, this is another first by Amana Takaful, writing a new chapter in the Sri Lankan insurance industry. 

This insurance scheme enables the policy holder to receive Rs. 300,000 at the time of accidental death. Any accident repairs that result in an income loss entitles the insurance holder to a claim of up to Rs. 1,000 per day to a maximum of four days for a year and in the case of any accident resulting in hospitalisation, that leads to an income loss, this scheme entitles them to receive Rs. 750 per day for a maximum of 10 days. Furthermore, in the case of a death of a family member of the primary insurance policy holder, the insurance scheme facilitates them to receive an amount of Rs. 25,000, whilst coverage of Rs. 100,000 is provided for 38 critical illnesses. Moreover, Rs. 300,000 will be released at the time of permanent disability of policy holder. 

Amana Takaful Life Galle Branch fulfilled these promises recently, where three of the policy holders qualifying under the scheme were granted these special benefits. It is of more significance that these benefits weren’t granted merely for unfortunate circumstances arising of vehicle accidents but for the damage and distress caused by natural disasters. Sriyani Pieris (SRC Insurance), Priyadashani Hettige (SRC Insurance) and M.H.N. Kariyawasam were the beneficiaries at this event.  Speaking at the event, Amana Takaful Insurance Chief Executive Officer Fazal Ghaffoor stated that Amana is always prepared and willing to give its customers the best and the most innovative insurance solutions and it has been the driving force behind their success for the last 18 years. 

Addressing the gathering, Branch Manager Singer Finance, Galle and few of the attendees stated that the introduction of such beneficial and valuable insurance schemes are indeed exemplary  and encouraged the other insurance providers in the field to follow suit. He also expressed his gratitude to Amana Takaful Insurance for fulfilling the promises made to the community in a timely manner. 

Amongst the august gathering were Amana Takaful Insurance CEO Fazal Ghaffoor, ATL Southern Zone Manager Janaka Wijekumara, Head of Marketing Section Shammi Nishshanka, ATL Galle Manager Suluki Ibrahim and many staff members of the ATL Southern Province branches, representatives from many finance companies in Galle, customers and many media representatives. 


Share This Article


COMMENTS

Today's Columnists

Sustainable tourism – New profit for businesses

Tuesday, 26 September 2017

World Tourism Day has been celebrated since 1980 on 27 September, the day in which the Statutes of the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) entered into force.


Do economic sanctions matter to Iran?

Tuesday, 26 September 2017

Economic sanctions are not a new phenomenon to Iran. It has been 38 years since the Iranian revolution (1979) took place. Since then, the United States, European Union and some other countries have been imposing


It is an uphill task for the Govt. to attain the envisaged targets

Monday, 25 September 2017

In Part 1 of the article series on the Government’s Vision 2025 published last week, it was pointed out that the present vision document was just the fourth of such visions pronounced by the Government during the last two year period.


Women for tourism

Monday, 25 September 2017

Tourism is one of the world’s largest and fastest growing industries. In many countries it acts as an engine for development through foreign exchange earnings and the creation of direct and indirect employment.


Columnists More