Tune Protect eyes better results


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  • Monday, 04 Jan 2016

A file picture showing Tune ins CEO Junior Cho. CiMB research says the deal in Indonesia can bring about a potential re-rating catalyst.

PETALING JAYA: Tune Protect Group Bhd (formerly Tune Ins Holdings Bhd), which saw its third quarter earnings drop by 20%, is unperturbed by the external headwinds and slower domestic consumption as it strives to chalk up a better set of results this year.

Its chief executive officer Junior Cho (pic) told StarBiz that despite the anticipated softness in domestic consumption and external uncertainties, the company is optimistic to maintain strong sales growth this year underpinned by its key strategic initiatives.

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