Divasa Finance ties up with Sun Insurance Brokers to offer total insurance solutions

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Divasa Finance Limited has formed a strategic alliance with Sun Insurance Brokers to provide leasing/hire purchase and lone customers in-house total insurance solutions under one roof.

This arrangement will add value to Divasa customers who can now obtain insurance documents on the same time without any hassle and at special rates.

Divasa has created an insurance desk with a delegated office at their new city office No. 15, Station Road, Colombo 3 to advice client on various insurance covers and the type of policies that could be avail of for complete protection. Further ready assistance will be available for any claim under insurance policies.

Divasa plans to offer branded insurance products for their valued client in the near future. Every customer who obtains leasing facilities with insurance channel through Sun will be given a handy booklet containing terms and benefits of all classes of insurance offered by every insurer. Therefore customers are given a fear opportunity to be well informed before they choose an insurer. Relevant insurance proposal form is also attached in to the booklet for the convenience of the customer.

Speaking at the event Divasa Finance Limited Director/CEO Lakshman Uduwara said: “We are delighted to provide our valued clients with innovative solutions for their total convenience. We are glad that we can now offer professional insurance services to our customers under our roof. This gives us opportunity to better concentrate on our core business and yet offer insurance services in a very professional manner.”

Divasa Finance Limited, formally known as Asia Commerce, is registered under the Finance Companies Act No. 78 of 1988. In keeping with the finance company status received in May 2011, it has restated its strategic objective and rebranded itself as Divasa Finance Limited.

The company now has four branches operating in Colombo, Gampaha, Negombo and Kalutara and plans to establish more branches in strategic towns to offer its services to a wider section of the local population.