Local non-life insurer Viriyah Insurance is aiming to achieve total written premiums worth 43 billion baht this year, up from 40.9 billion last year.
Adopting a customer-centric strategy, the insurance firm aims to achieve 6% overall growth this year, executives said on Tuesday.
Targeted premiums from motor and non-motor insurance are set to reach 37.6 billion and 5.7 billion baht, respectively, this year with percentage growth of 5% and 11%.
Thavikan Techataveesup, assistant managing director, said the company will continue to expand personal line products for non-motor insurance, offering protection for travel, property and health as well as auto parts.
“We will focus on expanding sales channels through agencies for non-motor insurance this year, while aiming for simplified products such as personal accident insurance,” said Mrs Thavikan.
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