Interview - Forging a fair ground for insurers in Sri Lanka

May 2011
Asia Insurance Review;May2011, p3
Trade Publication
An interview with Manjula De Silva, former president at Insurance Association of Sri Lanka (IASL) is presented. He states that if the Sri Lankan government finds it easier to regulate single-line insurance companies then it should let new licenses to be issued that way and allow existing ones to continue the same way. He mentions that most of the non-life insurance firms are experiencing losses and increasing expenses. He highlights that he expects growth from marine and construction industry.


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