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Chuks Udo Okonta
Guinea Insurance Plc has announced plans to hold its 58th Annual General Meeting (AGM) having secured approval for 2015 financial accounts from National Insurance Commission (NAICOM).
A statement from the Team Lead, Corporate Communications of the firm, Ufot Hanson, the development is coming on the heels of widespread speculations about what has now proven to be a mistaken point of issue.
“We are alive to our responsibilities of consolidating and strategically growing market share through decisive long-term investments and customer engagement initiatives. In spite of the daunting challenges in the operating environment, we have remained focused and true to our ideals of becoming an insurer of first choice. We will determinedly build capacity, explore opportunities within the industry and strategically set our internal processes on the path of returning to profitability.” He said.
The company further reassured all stakeholders that the newly appointed crop of eminent Nigerians and professionals as members of the Board of Directors have set a growth agenda which is aimed at positioning the insurance company on a higher pedestal that will further propel confidence, equitable service delivery and offer gratifying returns on investments to all stakeholders. They are working heart and soul to see it through and through, the company said.
However, the company gave the assurance that information regarding time and venue of its planned 58th Annual General Meeting would be announced soon.