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Misr Life Insurance’s ‘Maash Bokra’ product is available

Tuesday, 03 16 2021, Category: Technology, Country: U.A.E
New insurance document designed to suit needs of different clients, which are determined based on their capabilities, choices, and financial plans: Executive Managing Director

The Misr Life Insurance Company has announced that the Ma’ash Bokra (“Tomorrow’s Pension”) product is now available in over 150 branches of the National Bank of Egypt (NBE) nationwide.

The widespread availability of the insurance product comes just one year after the policy was officially launched, according to the company, which is a subsidiary of Misr Insurance Holding Company.

In a statement on Sunday, Misr Life Insurance said that the product’s launch last February was the result of a bank insurance agreement between Misr Life Insurance Company and the NBE.

It is a distinct and unique document, and has many advantages that make it one of the most important insurance solutions and products available in the market.

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