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Zurich Malaysia relocates insurance, takaful branches to Bukit Damansara
Last update: 24/01/2019

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 24 (Bernama) – Zurich Malaysia (Zurich) has officially announced the relocation of its Kuala Lumpur (KL) branches from Jalan Dewan Bahasa and Jalan Ipoh to HP Towers in Bukit Damansara.

Located in a strategic business hub within KL, the new branch is designed to provide integrated services to both its insurance and takaful customers.

In a statement, Zurich said the KL branch opening was officiated by Zurich Life Insurance Malaysia Bhd chief executive officer (CEO) Stephen Clark, and Zurich General Insurance Malaysia Bhd CEO David Fike here, today.

Conveniently accessible via the nearby Semantan MRT Station, the new branch features a vibrant design aimed at improving customers’ experience with an open layout as well as comfortable private discussion areas where customers can discuss their needs and concerns with dedicated employees.

Apart from the ground-floor branch office, Zurich has also fitted multiple floors within the building with spacious working areas and meeting rooms to enable its branch employees as well as agency members to conduct their businesses in a comfortable and professional manner.

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