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    JammuPNB MetLife appoints Mahendra Munot as COO

    PNB MetLife appoints Mahendra Munot as COO

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    Tawi:  PNB MetLife, one of the leading life insurance companies in , announced the appointment of Mahendra Munot as Chief Operations Officer (COO), to spearhead our constant drive for continuous improvement in all our touchpoints with customers.

    Mahendra brings more than two decades of extensive experience in the life insurance industry to his role. Since joining PNB MetLife in 2015, he has served in various leadership roles including Director of Technical Operations.

    “We are thrilled to welcome Mahendra as the Chief Operating Officer of PNB MetLife,” said Sameer Bansal, Managing Director and CEO of PNB MetLife. “His proven leadership, industry knowledge, and commitment to excellence align seamlessly with our vision of delivering unparalleled value to our customers. His appointment will further strengthen our operational capabilities and drive sustainable growth.”

    Mahendra said “I am honoured to be at the helm of the Operations team at PNB MetLife. I am committed to working closely with our team to enhance efficiency, customer centricity, and seamless service to our valued customers.”

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