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Campu Lonpac is the leading property insurance underwriter

Campu Lonpac is the leading property insurance underwriter

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Agnes Chan Weng Yee, General Manager of Campu Lonpac Insurance. Photograph: supplied

Campu Lonpac Insurance ‘Campu Lonpac’ was incorporated in August 2007 as a joint venture between Cambodian Public Bank ‘Campu Bank’ and Public Bank Malaysia with Lonpac Insurance through LPI Capital.

The strategic partnership draws on the strength of Campu Bank’s wide distribution network and expertise of Lonpac Insurance to offer a wide range of innovative general insurance products customized to the needs of the Cambodian market.

In less than 5 years of operations, Campu Lonpac is now one of the leading insurance companies with the largest market share for property insurances in Cambodia.

Campu Lonpac continuously develops various innovative and affordable insurance products to suit the needs of the Cambodian consumers. Through the effort of a team of dedicated and competent insurance personnel, Campu Lonpac has become the preferred insurance company of Cambodians.

“Campu Lonpac’s policy wordings and product fact sheets are translated to the Khmer language to provide easy and simple explanation as we aim to educate Cambodian small business owners and home owners on the importance and benefits of insurance.

Campu Lonpac plays a significant role to contributing to the development of a vibrant and sustainable insurance market in Cambodia,” said Agnes Chan Weng Yee, the General Manager.

Campu Lonpac strives to be part of the socioeconomic and financial sector development in support to the Financial Sector Development Strategy of Cambodia through our continuous education and human resource development program to nurture talented Cambodians with relevant skills and knowledge in insurance to penetrate into the local market and support the development of the financial sector in Cambodia.

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