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Champs of HNBA felicitated at SLIM NASCO


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Recognising the outstanding performance in the field of sales, champs of HNB Assurance PLC (HNBA) were awarded at the recently-held National Sales Congress (NASCO) organised by the Sri Lanka Institute Marketing (SLIM). 

From HNBA’s representatives, Sanesh Fernando was awarded the Bronze award for the National Sales Manager Category – Overall Industries, Tharindu Kumara was awarded the Gold award for the Sales Executive Category – Life Insurance Industry and Chameera Dharmakeerthi was awarded the Bronze award for the Frontliner Category – Life Insurance Industry.

Commending the award winners, Managing Director/CEO of HNBA and its fully-owned subsidiary HNB General Insurance Ltd. Deepthi Lokuarchchi said that the winners representing HNBA had demonstrated their sheer commitment towards customer and the business and that the brand continued to grow stronger together with such outstanding performers in the market. “These accolades mark the remarkable success of our journey and kudos to all the winners.”

Sharing thoughts on this victory HNBA Chief Operating Officer Prasantha Fernando stated: “Accolades of this nature are a tribute to the dedication, commitment and winning spirit of our distribution management teams. The insurance industry is a highly-competitive and 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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