June 25, 2024

PNB MetLife increases footprint, announces launch of 20 new branches across India

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New Delhi, 31st January 2023: PNB MetLife, one of India’s leading life insurers, has announced the launch of 20 new branches across India. PNB MetLife already has an extensive distribution network in the country with over 135 branches and opening up these new branches is in line with their strategy to better serve the needs of our growing customer base across the country. The new branches will enable PNB MetLife customers to get access to customer focused products and solutions as well as convenient and easy access to the full range of services in the branches.

The 20 new branches are set across India in strategically key cities and include: Ghazipur (Uttar Pradesh), Alambagh (Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh) Mandi (Himachal Pradesh), Chamba (Himachal Pradesh), Dharamshala (Himachal Pradesh), Una (Himachal Pradesh), Balasore (Odisha), Ambala (Haryana), Hisar (Haryana), Dunlop (Kolkata, West Bengal), Kottarakara (Kerala), Thalassery (Kerala), Khammam (Telangana), Hassan (Karnataka), Thanjavur (Tamil Nadu), Bhimavaram (Andhra Pradesh), Indore (MP), Sehore (MP), Baner (Pune, Maharashtra) and Jalgaon (Maharashtra).

Commenting on the launch, Sameer Bansal, CDO, PNB MetLife said “We are delighted to bring PNB MetLife’s services and solutions closer to our customers through these new branches across 20 key cities in India. Our agents and teams will continue to deliver world-class customer service in these cities, as we remain focused on helping people build confidence in the future and protect their families. Our new branch in Hassan in Karnataka is part of our focus on increasing our presence in rapidly growing and strategically important markets. We aim to enable our local customers to get easier access to our services.”  

As a brand, PNB MetLife prioritizes the needs of customers and the opening of these branches across India will further help PNB MetLife provide seamless service to their customers and stakeholders in these cities.