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Takaful IKHLAS Bags Best Provider Award
Last update: 15/02/2018

Takaful IKHLAS president and chief executive officer, Datuk Ab Latiff Abu Bakar.

KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 15 (Bernama) -- Takaful Ikhlas Bhd has bagged the Southeast Asia Islamic Business and Finance Award for the Best General Takaful Provider from CPI Financial.

CPI Financial , a publication with a readership of more than 180,000 globally, is headquartered in Dubai Media City, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

Takaful IKHLAS president and chief executive officer, Datuk Ab Latiff Abu Bakar said winning the award was a significant accomplishment for the company which had†been in operation†for almost 15 years.

"This achievement is a recognition of the collective effort of the staff, agents and business partners of Takaful IKHLAS. Their continuous efforts together with the implementation of our key strategies have led Takaful Ikhlas to provide protection to more than two million policyholders comprising individuals and corporations.†

"We are constantly on the lookout for new ideas to ensure that we are able to offer innovative products that fit the needs of our customers," said Ab Latiff.†

Takaful IKHLAS, which is a wholly-owned subsidiary of MNRB Holdings Bhd (MNRB), offers a selection of motor and non-motor products under its general takaful portfolio.

This includes comprehensive plans for the protection of vehicles, buildings and other assets.†

"We will continue to expand our range of products to meet the ever-changing demands†of our customers for the long run," said†Ab Latiff.



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