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‘Ceylinco Life’ Annual Awards


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The spearheads of Ceylinco Life’s remarkable growth in 2017 were recognised at a gala awards ceremony and 30th anniversary celebration at which the life insurance leader honoured 261  members of its sales and non-sales teams with 457 performance awards. Themed ’30 years of caring’ this annual awards ceremony also celebrated the 14th successive year of Ceylinco Life’s market leadership in Sri Lanka’s life insurance industry. The highlight of the event at the Nelum Pokuna Theatre was the presentation of a luxury Mercedes Benz sedan and two Toyota Axio cars for the use of top achievers, another first in the local life insurance market. High achievers were also presented with overseas tours, certificates, medals and trophies

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