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Union Assurance continues services from new location in Galle


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Union Assurance management along with branch staff at the Galle Regional Office opening ceremony

Union Assurance (UA) relocated its Galle Regional Office on 18 March to provide better services to residents in the area. The refurbished regional office will support the company’s pace to reach its goal of having fully operational branches island wide and will enhance the strength of its fully-fledged branch network.  



UA’s Galle Regional Office is conveniently situated with ample parking space, open from 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. The new office is refurbished and retouched with new interior elements, lightning systems which could provide a soothing, elegant environment for the employees to work. All the internal office spaces are structured in a relaxed and productive atmosphere to make it to a standard positive working environment. Service areas for customers, a training centre for staff, and many other customer facilities are available at all times. UA’s branch offices offer a wide array of Life Insurance solutions, for individuals as well as businesses. The new regional office is also fully IT enabled while Personal Financial Advisors (PFA) are equipped with laptops and tabs to service all UA customers quickly and easily even while in the field.   The relocated Galle Regional Office is situated at 280/2, Colombo Road, Kaluwella, Galle. Union Assurance is the first private insurer to celebrate over 30 years of unwavering operations in the country and is anchored by a team of experienced and dynamic professionals, a strong capital base and reinsurance partnerships with highly rated global reinsurers. The Union Assurance brand is positioned on the promise of ’trust’ and strives to deliver this promise by being transparent, convenient and respectful when dealing with all stakeholders. 

 


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