RHB Insurance launches RHB Insurance Mobile App

From left: RHB Insurance Bhd managing director Kong Shu Yin, RHB Banking Group group chief operations officer Rohan Krishnalingam and RHB Banking Group group chief Marketing officer bdul Sani Abdul Murad showing the latest RHB Insurance Mobile App on their smartphones.

KUALA LUMPUR: RHB Insurance Bhd has launched the “RHB Insurance Mobile App”, a simple, fast and seamless way to purchase motor insurance policy and road tax.

In a statement, RHB insurance said the RHB Insurance Mobile App, allows users the flexibility and versatility to complete the purchase of their motor insurance policy in three minutes, the fastest in the financial industry.

“We are confident the RHB Insurance Mobile App will be a catalyst in transforming the way customers purchase and monitor their insurance as well as roadtax renewal with just a single app. 

“This effort is in line with our digital transformation programme focusing on delivering value-added interactions, which will empower our customers,” managing director Kong Shu Yin said. 

“We have built our mobile app on a digital ecosystem that will allow our customers, our agents and other business partners to interact with one another in a seamless way. Our target is to generate 10% of our gross written premium from the digital channel in three to five years,” he added.

For the fourth quarter ended Dec 31, 2017, motor Insurance remained the business’ largest contributor delivering 33% of total gross premiums.

RHB Insurance also launched its “Dah Cover Campaign” today to encourage Malaysians to obtain personal accident and travel insurance coverage, while travelling across Malaysia. 

To ensure that Malaysians are adequately covered by insurance while travelling, RHB Insurance is offering a 40% discount on personal accident and travel insurance during this campaign period until Sept 4.

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