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HNBA bags Gold for Best Branch Manager Award at NAFLIA 2019

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M.P.C. Fernando of HNBA Colombo North Branch receiving the Best Branch Manager Gold award under the Medium Company Category


Celebrating those who outshined in the field of sales, the National Forum for Life Insurance Advisors (NAFLIA) took place for the 10th consecutive year at Waters Edge, Battaramulla on 2 September. Taking stand at the premier event for life insurance advisors in Sri Lanka, HNB Assurance PLC’s (HNBA) M.P.C. Fernando of the Colombo North Branch was awarded with Gold for the Best Branch Manager Award under the Medium Company Category at NAFLIA 2019. 

The event is annually organised by the Marketing and Sales Forum (MSF) of the Insurance Association of Sri Lanka (IASL) in a bid to support the continuing development of the life insurance sector in the country. 

Commending the achievement, HNBA and fully-owned subsidiary HNB General Insurance Ltd. Managing Director/CEO Deepthi Lokuarchchi stated: “We are greatly honoured to note and appreciate that M.P.C. Fernando has won the accolade while, demonstrating a sustainable competitive edge of sheer commitment towards customer and the business, that of which our very own performers have proudly gripped. To have such outstanding performers in the market assures that the brand will continue to grow from strength to strength, and accolades such as these are the milestones of this remarkable journey.”

Expressing his views, HNBA Chief Operating Officer Prasantha Fernando stated: “Best wishes to M.P.C. Fernando, as this achievement is a testimony to the dedication, unwavering commitment and winning spirit. The insurance industry is a highly competitive and a challenging industry and members of our dedicated sales team have achieved many victories by overcoming all challenges prevailing in the market.”

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