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AIA AFG Takaful Integrates With AIA Public Takaful Under Single Licence

Source: Bernama, 1st March 2014

Life insurer, AIA, has integrated its Takaful companies, AIA AFG Takaful Bhd and AIA Public Takaful Bhd under a single licence and brand.

The new entity, to be known as AIA Public Takaful Bhd, is jointly owned by AIA Co. Ltd, Public Bank Bhd and Public Islamic Bank Bhd, AIA said in a statement today.

AIA Public Chief Executive Officer Wan Azman Wan Mamat said the company is strengthening its multi-distribution channels through innovative recruitment activities and business collaboration with reputable partners.

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PruBSN Unveils POS Solution, Smartphone App To Cut Carbon Emissions

Source: Bernama, 19th February 2014

Prudential BSN Takaful Bhd (PruBSN) has unveiled its new automated tablet point of sales solution PruBSN Mobility and PruBSN Navigator, a smart phone application which will reduce carbon emissions and saves time.

Customers will no longer have to spend time filling in forms and at the same time will get to play their part in reducing carbon emissions through the absence of physical documents.

Agents can create an accurate quotation based on the customer details and profiles and upon submission of these details, commencement of coverage can now be obtained as quickly as one hour.

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Takaful Malaysia Waives Assessment Fee For Properties Damaged In Floods

Source: Bernama, 9th November 2010

Kumpulan Takaful Malaysia on Tuesday announced that it will waive the fee for assessing damage to properties in the floods in northern states.

“If you have a claim for about RM3,000, you have to pay RM200 as evaluation fee,” said managing director Datuk Mohamed Hassan Kamil to reporters.

Besides the fee waiver, flood victims would get 100 per cent coverage from the first ringgit for all the damage caused by the floods, he said.

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