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Prudential Takaful launches PruBSN Setia, PruBSN Impian
Last update: 18/07/2018

KUALA LUMPUR, July 18 (Bernama) -- Prudential BSN Takaful Bhd (PruBSN) has launched two takaful products, namely PruBSN Setia and PruBSN Impian that provide comprehensive and customisable protection to their customers.

Its Chief Marketing Officer, Wan Saifulrizal Wan Ismail said both PruBSN Setia and PruBSN were based on PruBSN's PruBSN AsasLink that provided death and total and permanent disability benefits, as well as an option to attach various riders to meet the varied protection needs of customers.

"PruBSN Setia is targeted at working adults looking to enhance their existing protection plan, while PruBSN Impian gives parents a complete protection for their child, even before birth," he said during the Prudential BSN Takaful Media Briefing on Protection Solutions here today. 

He said customers could also add on HealthProtector, a medical rider available to both takaful plans, which reimbursed their hospitalisation and outpatient treatment expenses.

"There are no annual nor lifetime limits, thereby ensuring continuous protection of the person covered," he said.

PruBSN Setia is for working adults, while PruBSN Impian is for expectant parents with minimum monthly contribution of RM100.

Currently, PruBSN has 850,000 customers and is targeting to achieve one million customers by year-end.

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