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Takaful Ikhlas Continues Co-operation With Bank Rakyat In 'Buy A House Get A Car Campaign'
Last update: 17/04/2017

KUALA LUMPUR, April 16 (Bernama) --Takaful IKHLAS Berhad (Takaful IKHLAS) will continue its cooperation with Bank Rakyat to ensure the success of the 2017 'Buy A House, Get A Car Campaign' following its successful debut last year.

The campaign is open to those who had obtained Islamic banking financing for houses from Bank Rakyat with IKHLAS Takaful Gadai Janji (MRTT) coverage from Takaful IKHLAS.

Takaful IKHLAS president and chief executive officer Datuk Ab Latiff Abu Bakar said the launch of the campaign was not only targeted at boosting participation in MRTT but also to increase awareness among the customers of Bank Rakyat financing for houses and the importance of Takaful coverage.

"Takaful IKHLAS is confident the protection plan for this campaign can meet the needs of clients, other than boosting revenue for Takaful IKHLAS," he said when launching the campaign here Sunday.

He said Bank Rakyat customers who took the MRTT housing coverage were given a competitive rate and comprehensive coverage as an initiative from Takaful IKHLAS to enable them to get the best financing coverage in the market.

The 2017 'Buy A House Get A Car Campaign' starts from April 15 to Dec 13 and offers a Honda Accord 2.0 worth RM145,000 as the first prize and other prizes include cash and petrol vouchers worth a total of RM250,000.



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