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Fairfirst Insurance ties up with Dept. of Posts for extended reach

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Fairfirst Insurance recently tied up with the Department of Posts in an agreement that allows Fairfirst to transact general insurance via the extensive postal network in Sri Lanka. The agreement which was signed for a period of three years will commence with Fairfirst selling third party motor insurance across 4,063 postal outlets (Main and Subs). 

“This partnership will allow Fairfirst to touch every corner of the country,” said Fairfirst Deputy General Manager of Motor Underwriting Pranama Perera. “We are a young but ambitious company with a progressive outlook of the future and joint initiatives of this nature will no doubt give us the opportunity to widen our reach at the grassroots” he further added.  

The signing of the Memorandum of Understanding took place together with Postmaster General Ranjith Ariyaratne, Deputy Postmaster General – Administration Viwekanandalingam and Fairfirst Insurance Managing Director/CEO Dr. Sanjeev Jha and Deputy General Manager of Motor Underwriting Pranama Perera. Metro Zonal Manager Mahesh De Alwis and Branch Head of Nugegoda Wasana Dharmasena also represented Fairfirst during this juncture. 

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