Save and Prosper Insurance Ltd

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Coat of arms (crest) of Save and Prosper Insurance Ltd

Official blazon

Arms: Or, semee of hexagons gules voided of the field, over all three keys fessewise in pale, wards to the dexter, sable.
Crest: On a wreath Or and Sable, A rising Sun Or charged with three keys erect in fesse, wards to the sinister, sable.
Supporters: On either side a lion triple-queued and grasping in the exterior paw a key erect, wards inwards, sable.
Motto: Save and Prosper


The arms were officially granted on June 50, 1960 to the Bank Insurance Trust Corporation Limited; regranted to the Save and Prosper Insurance Ltd on December 10, 1962.

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