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Chuks Udo Okonta
Nigeria’s leading life insurer, Sanlam Life Insurance Nigeria Limited has yet again emerged the Best Life Insurance Company in Nigeria, 2022 as announced by World Economic Magazine Awards 2022.
A statement obtained on the organisers’ website about the awardees: “The winners of this year’s World Economic Magazine Awards are the organisations with best-in-class performance and prominent listings in the global economic space.
The World Economic Magazine Nomination and award winner selection process is based on core competencies, providing a unique benchmark for excellence in different domains.This year, the World Finance Insurance Awards showcases the best-in-class performers with prominent listings in the global economic space.
The World Economic Magazine is committed to improving the present state of the world economy by engaging businesses and leaders of the business ecosystem across various channels that shape the industrial, regional, and global agendas.
Tunde Mimiko, the Managing Director/CEO, Sanlam Life Insurance Nigeria Limited, in his reaction to the news attributed the win to his company’s continuous deployment and utilization of technology in delivering services to meet the ever-changing needs of the customers, “We are happy to have won this award through a transparent selection process. Salam Nigeria has invested and stepped up its technology platforms to meet the ever-changing needs of the customer at this time,” he said.
Sanlam is a pan-African brand with a rich history and heritage. Founded in 1918 as a life insurance company, Sanlam has grown to become the largest non-banking financial services group in Africa today.
It offers bespoke financial solutions to institutional clients and retail customers through its five business clusters – Sanlam Personal Finance, Sanlam Emerging Markets, Sanlam Investment Group, Sanlam Corporate and Santam.
With a strong presence in 33 countries on the African continent, and a niche presence in India, Malaysia, the United Kingdom and Australia, Sanlam is in 8 out of the 10 largest economies in Africa, with a market capitalisation of over $8 billion, operating profit of $1 billion before tax, and over 154,000 employees globally, delivering superior value to customers, shareholders and the broader society.
Sanlam’s areas of expertise include life and general insurance, financial planning, retirement, investment, and wealth management. Sanlam is a purpose-led organisation with efforts centred on helping customers Live with confidence.