To increase insurance penetration in the country, African Alliance Insurance Plc has initiated an innovative self-service portal to ease seamless transactions between insurers and brokers
Old Mutual West Africa has revealed plans to increase the Nigerian insurance market’s penetration with new technology to maximise opportunities in the market.
The Federal Government has commended the insurance industry on its investment in corporate social responsibility (CSR), especially in support of the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
Transactions in the shares of Sovereign Trust Insurance, Mutual Benefits Assurance, and Transnational Corporation of Nigeria Plc dominated in volume terms
Despite the challenging operating environment in the country, LASACO Assurance Plc has reported 11 per cent increase in its total assets.
AIICO Insurance Plc has unveiled a new initiative called ELLA, a dedicated instant messaging service with built-in features that help customers make instant purchases or renewals of policies
Lagos State government said over N2 billion has been paid as a premium for life and non-life insurance policies for its 73, 000 workers in the year. The Commissioner for Finance, Dr. Rabiu Olowo, who said this at a press briefing on the maiden ‘Lagos State Civil Service Insurance Week’, stated that the gesture is…
The Lagos State Government has urged underwriting companies in the country to consider providing special cover for micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs).
Dive In, the insurance industry’s festival in commemoration of diversity and inclusion (D&I) has announced it will be hosting its event for the third consecutive year in Nigeria on 22 September 2021. This year, the event which pays special attention to the socio-cultural issues in the workplace in Nigeria, will focus on the theme, 'Mind…
LASACO Assurance Plc has paid a total of N364 million as a death benefit to relatives of the late staff of Lagos State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB) and local governments in the state.
Allianz Nigeria, a member of Global Allianz Group, said it paid claims worth N1.8 billion to customers who suffered losses in the first half of 2021.