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Sri Lanka Insurance relocates Akuressa branch


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The newly opened Akuressa branch

 

Sri Lanka Insurance relocates the Akuressa branch providing total insurance solutions with a hassle-free customer experience for the customers in the area.

The relocated branch is located at 1st floor, No. 49½, Matara Road, Akuressa and opened its doors to customers amidst a gathering of staff members, well-wishers and members from the corporate management.

Along with the Akuressa branch SLIC serves customers through an extensive network of 158 branches. 

Established in 1962, Sri Lanka Insurance Corporation is the largest Government-owned insurance company in Sri Lanka, with a managed asset base of over Rs. 197 billion and a Life fund of over Rs. 105 billion, the largest in the local insurance industry. The company is also the first and only local insurer to secure Fitch Ratings AAA (lka) rating for its long-term financial stability and sustainability and also Sri Lanka Insurance ranked as the ‘Most Loved Insurance Brand’ and the 3rd Most Loved Consumer Brand in the country by Brand Finance. 

The company is on the mission of being a customer focused company which constantly innovates in providing insurance services to customers and is now serves customers through an extensive network of 158 branches.

SLIC Chief Information Officer Aloka Jayawardene declares the Akuressa branch open

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Commencing the operations of the new Akuressa branch

 

 


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