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Union Assurance Premier Club Honours Top Achievers at a Scintillating Gala

Union Assurance Premier Club, the largest and most attractive rewards scheme in the Sri Lankan insurance industry, recognised top achievers at a glittering event on the 07th of November, 2021, at Shangri-La Colombo. The platform is designed to recognise the Company’s insurance advisors who have demonstrated world-class salesmanship and customer service. Speaking at the event,

Union Assurance Circle of Excellence Launches

Most Exclusive Bancassurance Rewards Programme Union Assurance, Sri Lanka’s fastest-growing Life insurer, has made history yet again by launching the UA Circle of Excellence – the most exclusive bancassurance rewards scheme in the Sri Lankan insurance industry designed to recognise the Company’s high-performing Insurance Relationship Officers (IROs), Regional Managers, and Zonal Managers. Vindya Cooray, the

BASL & Union Assurance Partnership Renewed

Group Medical Cover Added to Portfolio Colombo, 3 November 2021: Union Assurance PLC, Sri Lanka’s fastest growing life insurer, has renewed its partnership with the Bar Association of Sri Lanka for the fifth year in a row, cementing the two organisations’ mutual relationship. Senath Jayathilake, the Chief Distribution Officer of Union Assurance, said, “Union Assurance

Union Assurance Launches Health 360

Sri Lanka’s Most Comprehensive Health Insurance Union Assurance HEALTH 360 was launched on October 13th as a health insurance solution that covers a wide range of health protection needs for the entire family. It offers benefits across three generations covering the policyholder’s spouse, children, and parents with a wealth of benefits. Union Assurance HEALTH 360

Union Assurance Sisumaga+ Supports Online Learning for Children in Child Care Centres

Union Assurance Sisumaga+ lived by its ethos of providing uninterrupted education for every child by supporting an initiative to upgrade the facilities for online learning in child care centres located island-wide. Tablets and desktop computers were distributed to 397 child development centres which accommodate 10,632 children throughout the country under the combined sponsorship of Union