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Sri Lanka Insurance Life offers a range of life insurance plans to suit your income and life style. With the largest life fund- Rs. 60 billion in the insurance industry and the largest managed asset base of Rs. 132 billion Sri Lanka Insurance Life offers guaranteed bonus on your life insurance plan from the very first year of policy commencement.
Established in 1962 as a state owned corporation, Sri Lanka Insurance was converted to a private limited liability company for a brief period of 6 years and was reinstated as a nationalized entity on 4th June 2009. The return of ownership to the state has further strengthened the company , which today is the largest government owned insurer in Sri Lanka with an unparalleled managed asset base of over Rs 132 billion, the largest life fund in the insurance industry of Rs 60 billion and a strong capitalization of Rs 6 billion.
As the pioneering insurer, Sri Lanka Insurance has the most experienced technical knowledge base in the country. The company's financial stability and strong re-insurance arrangements have paved the way for it to mark many historical milestones in the Sri Lankan insurance arena such as the largest claim ever paid of Rs 39.5 billion and the largest bonus ever declared to its life policy holders of Rs 4.2 billion.
The ethos and mandate promulgated at the inception by the state has flourished over the years and today Sri Lanka Insurance serves the people of Sri Lanka with merits, expertise and several decades of trust.
Sri Lanka Insurance is a state owned institution functioning under the Ministry of Finance. Over decades of operation, it has received direction of exemplary leaders which has seen the company progress from strength to strength.
The company has invested in multi-faceted projects bringing in lucrative returns for all its stakeholders. The strategic investments made by Sri Lanka Insurance span through many diversified fields.
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