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Wing and Camlife renew focus on life insurance

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Wing CEO Manu Rajan. Photo supplied

Wing and Camlife renew focus on life insurance

Wing and Camlife united to promote life insurance in Cambodia

Wing (Cambodia) Limited Specialised Bank, Cambodia’s leading mobile banking service provider and Cambodia Life Insurance PLC. (Camlife), the Kingdom’s longest life insurance operator, renewed their commitment to extend financial protection to each Cambodian.

“Wing has integrated the mission of improving customer experience through digitalization and innovation into our corporate DNA,” said Manu Rajan, CEO of Wing. “We are keen to work with partners like Camlife who shares a similar vision as Wing in addressing the financial services and insurance needs of those millions of Cambodians who belong to the bottom of the Income Pyramid and Socio-Economic Strata.”

“As a specialised bank, Wing has diligently worked for the past 12 years to realize the vision of providing each Cambodian with convenient access to relevant mobile financial services and thereby improving lives across the Kingdom,” added Manu.

Camlife is among the most trusted insurance companies in the Kingdom. The firm became the very first life insurance company to open its doors in Cambodia in 2012.

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Camlife’s CEO Johnson Chai. ​Photo supplied

Camlife has collaborated with Wing since 2014 to provide payment gateway for its clients to pay premium through Wing’s digital financial ecosystem.

“Under the same Royal Group of Companies, Camlife and Wing are working to enhance cooperation to provide their clients to get and enjoy additional benefits from both companies.

“I believe that we can move forward rapidly into the leading position by providing easy payment to our clients as well as widening life insurance products and services with abundant benefits to both clients.,” said Camlife’s CEO, Johnson Chai.

Wing has strived to use innovative digital financial services to boost financial inclusion in the country. Meanwhile, Camlife has a progressive milestone of providing financial services to protect the well-being of Cambodian families by offering simple and affordable life insurance protection products.

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