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*SBI General Insurance Celebrates Women's Day at Sangopita - 'A Shelter for Care'*

 Monday, March 08, 2021: On the occasion of the International Women’s Day, SBI General Insurance reiterated its focus on social welfare and women empowerment by felicitating the female staff at Sangopita - 'a shelter for care'. On this day, a small function was organised to felicitate the women employees at Sangopita.


 


Mr. PC Kandpal, MD and CEO, SBI General Insurance, said, “At SBIG, we strongly believe in giving back to the society with our CSR philosophy. One of the focus areas that we contribute to is on the uplifting and empowering individuals with special needs. We have been associated with Sangopita for the past two years now. Sangopita supports and enables the specially abled, the intellectually and the physically challenged, adults and children from the underprivileged homes, to live a life of dignity, at their Centre. We took the International Women's Day as an opportunity to felicitate the women staff of the Centre, acknowledging their courage and determination in supporting the society."


 


Located in remote rural Badlapur, Sangopita is serving a social cause by offering committed service and nurturing people with special needs. As a part of its Corporate Social Responsibility initiative, SBI General Insurance has been associated with Sangopita enabling the ‘nurturing of special needs persons’ at the Sangopita Home, and providing speech, occupational, and physiological therapies to individuals with special needs. In addition, and as part of the project, SBI General Insurance also supports the operational and medical expenses of the team.


 



About SBI General Insurance Company Limited:


SBI General is one of the fastest growing private general insurance companies, with the strong parentage of SBI, we, at SBI General Insurance, are committed to carry forward the legacy of trust and security; and to become the first choice for every Indian’s general insurance needs.


Ever since our establishment in 2009, from 17 branches in 2011, we have expanded our presence to around 123 branches pan-India.


We follow a robust multi-distribution model encompassing Bancassurance, Agency, Broking and Retail Direct Channels. Today, our distribution family includes over 22,900 IRDAI certified advisors including the State Bank Group employees, and over 12,000 Agents to make insurance easily available even in the remote areas of the country.


On the distribution network front, we have strong distribution partners adding up our reach to every nook and corner of India, with SBI’s over 22000 branch network, other financial and digital partners. Our current geographical exposure covers 125+ cities pan-India with a presence of another 350+ locations through satellite resources.


We currently serve three key customer segments viz. - Retail Segment (catering to Individual & Families), Corporate Segment (catering mid to large size companies) and SME Segment; and are future-ready to serve the growing needs of Indians with new age-processes and services at affordable prices.


SBI General Insurance closed the financial year 2019-20 with a Gross Written Premium of Rs. 6840 cr at a YoY growth of 45%.

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