Mutual Benefits commissions new office in Ibadan
In an effort to spread its services to customers across the country, Mutual Benefits Assurance Plc has commissioned new office building in Onireke Ibadan, Oyo State capital.
Speaking at the commissioning, Executive Chairman, Boff and Company Insurance Brokers, Babajide Olatunde-Agbeja described Mutual Benefits Assurance Plc as one of the leading insurance companies in Nigeria, in terms of growth and expansion.
He said “A company that decided to build this kind of edifice as its Regional Office; while so many other insurance companies do not even have a head office, shows that the company is forward looking.
My advice to them is to keep challenging themselves and strive to improve; because there is nobody that can score 100 percent in business, so they must improve.”
The Managing Director of Mutual Benefits Assurance Plc, Segun Omosehin disclosed that the organization in conjunction with KPMG has embarked on a strategic roadmap; aimed at repositioning the company for future opportunities and challenges.
He said “This is a programme that will span a period of five years and the whole essence of the project is to take us to the number one position in the Insurance industry.
This is anchored on four pillars namely: premium generation, excellent service delivery, transforming our people and culture in readiness for leadership position and the final one is operational efficiency; by relying more on technology and improvement in all our ratios.”
“The uniqueness of Mutual Benefits Assurance Plc lies in the quality of the people that we parade and the institution is at best represented by the calibre of people put together. What makes us tick really is quality of our people; we have qualified professionals that cut across all the major professions in the country, accountants, insurance professionals, Lawyers, architects, all working together as a team and giving us their best.”
“What we are doing today is to give a flavour of what is to come from Mutual Benefits to our customers in Ibadan and its environment, we want them to have the idea of what we represent and give a new taste of what we want our customers to experience, the look and the feel.” Omosehin said