Saturday, 11 December 2021

Liberty General Insurance Signs Corporate Agency Agreement

 Liberty General Insurance Signs Corporate Agency Agreement
with Karnataka Vikas Grameena Bank


Liberty General Insurance, one of the fastest growing General Insurance companies in India and Karnataka Vikas Grameena Bank (KVGB), a leading regional rural bank headquartered in Dharwad that predominantly focuses on financing Agriculture and its Allied sectors, have signed a Corporate Agency Agreement. This association will enable distribution of Liberty’s general insurance products through KVGB’s extensive network of 629 branches with a member base of around 80 lakh in the state of Karnataka.

In a formal ceremony held in Dharwad on Tuesday, December 07, 2021, Mr. Chandrashekar D. Moro, General Manager, KVGB and Mr. Manish Kotian, Senior Vice President & National Head – Agency, Retail Broking, Motor, Banca & Affinity and Institutional Sales signed and exchanged the agreement in the presence of Mr. P. Gopi Krishna. Chairman, KVGB


Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Manish Kotian, Senior Vice President & National Head – Agency, Retail Broking, Motor, Banca & Affinity and Institutional Sales, Liberty General Insurance said, Our partnership with KVGB is a significant milestone in the Company’s journey to further strengthen our distribution of products in the region. We constantly endeavour to make our products more widely available for customers across all sections of the society, and this tie-up is a noteworthy step in that direction.”

Speaking on the development, Mr. Gopi Krishna, Chairman, KVGB said, “Considering the huge potential in the general insurance sector, the bank had entered into an MoU with Liberty General Insurance. As per the MoU terms, the company will provide a variety of general and health insurance products such as personal accident, car and two-wheeler insurance, employee compensation insurance, commercial insurance, fire and engineering insurance and health and other miscellaneous insurance products with reasonably affordable cost.”

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