Bupa Global Insurance to further develop SL operations

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By 2018-01-22

A press release announced that Ceynergy Insurance Brokers took a step forward with the soft launch held to re-introduce the Global Insurance Giant, Bupa Global Insurance into the local market.
Three consecutive mini events began with the presence of Angus Slater, MD Hong Kong, International Markets, Lee Mathews, Head of Sales, for South East Asia and Australia and Richard Jackson, Head of Intermediary South East Asia at an interactive workshop followed by lunch at the newly constructed Shangri La Hotel, Colombo.

Their presence was indeed proof that Bupa Global is keen on developing Sri Lankan operations to greater heights indicating a brighter future for the insurance industry. The workshop focused on the local team of Ceynergy agents and was conducted by Bupa with the intention of equipping these individuals with the high standards of being a part of Bupa Global.
With hopes of facilitating a better and smoother claim procedure to the client, the second event which was 'High Tea' at the Kingsbury, Colombo saw the heads of both Bupa Global and Ceynergy Insurance interact with the local health care providers, in order to give them better knowledge of their range of services while clarifying their queries in relation to the products and services.
Another first as the opportunity was extended to existing clients who had the invaluable experience of sharing concerns and ideas directly with a leading global health care provider.

Bupa Global is the leading fully integrated insurer, solely focused on health for over 70-years and support people across the healthcare continuum globally. Their worldwide health business spans customers with global healthcare needs across around 190 countries. Bupa has invested significantly into delivering technology solutions for health and care management, making them one of the technologically advanced insurance providers, the release said.

They remain the market leader in their sphere of work and the re-launch of Bupa in Sri Lanka paves the way for locals to obtain services of a leading and fully integrated insurer provider, solely focused on health for over 70 years.
Bupa Global has expressed their pride in tying up with Ceynergy Insurance Brokers in Sri Lanka, as they view Sri Lanka as a key hub for the Bupa group in South Asia and are attracted to the quality of its work force, favourable investment climate, and proximity. With intentions of working with our stakeholders and being part of Sri Lanka's growing economic
Incorporated in 2011, Ceynergy Insurance Brokers (CIB) is a subsidiary of the Islandwide Marketing Services (IMS) which is located in Rajagiriya.
Backed by three decades of proud heritage and the rich experience of IMS, CIB is a company which consists of a young and professional team who has indeed made their mark in the local insurance arena. In order to further expand their business CIB has taken measures to provide the best by investing in obtaining the licensing for international medical policies from IBSL to better provide BUPA Global Healthcare Policies in Sri Lanka.

MD of CIB, Chavinda Dharmawardana, said, "We are indeed privileged to call ourselves core heirs to this global insurance giant, Bupa Global. While our ties are deep rooted we believe that we are now ready to take our operations to the next level while providing cutting edge insurance policies to our loyal customers".
This statement was followed with the COO, Sajitha Sumanasekera addressing the gathering, stating that by Ceynergy initiating this event it has facilitated Sri Lanka's top end customers to obtain international medical covers at best rates.
Also the training has benefitted the high calibre sales people, who cater to top-end customers' expectations in terms of global health protection".

CIB in partnership with Bupa Global was proud to conclude the day with success and now look forward to a brighter future in Medical and Healthcare Insurance, the release concluded.




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