BASL and Union Assurance renew partnership for more benefits

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Union Assurance PLC has renewed its partnership with the Bar Association of Sri Lanka for the fifth year in a row, cementing the two organisations’ mutual relationship.

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Union Assurance Chief Distribution Officer Senath Jayathilake said, “Union Assurance is delighted to take its current partnership with BASL to its next phase by offering the esteemed legal professionals of Sri Lanka, the most comprehensive group medical cover the industry has to offer. We are continuously committed towards offering our clientele the very best products and solutions in the insurance industry, and we believe that this partnership is yet another reaffirmation of this commitment.”

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This partnership introduced the members of the Bar Association to Union Assurance’s Group Life Protection insurance plan, which includes comprehensive health coverage for COVID-19 hospitalisation, medication, maternity services, physicians, and dental services, as well as an array of exclusive partner benefits.

Furthermore, the partnership enables members of the BASL to obtain specialised services from Union Assurance in securing solutions related to investment, retirement, health, and education plans as comprehensive solutions that holistically protect the members and their families.

The Bar Association of Sri Lanka, founded in 1974, is one of the country’s most renowned and influential professional organisations. Over the course of several decades, the Association has offered central support for the advancement and welfare of the legal profession.

Union Assurance continues to form partnerships with a variety of top professional groups in Sri Lanka, representing members from diverse professions and sectors, to expand efforts to help more people appreciate the value of life insurance as a safety net in times of uncertainty.

Under the banner ‘Your life. Our strength,’ Union Assurance continues to invest in people, products, and processes with an aim to protect the lifestyles, relationships, and ambitions of Sri Lankans.

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