Dr Bola Onigbogi, President of the Nigerian Council of Registered Insurance Brokers (NCRIB), approved Heirs Insurance Limited (HIL) and Heirs Life Assurance Limited (HLA) at the recently completed NCRIB meeting, characterizing the firms’ products as progressive.
At the NCRIB secretariat in Lagos, she remarked this while welcoming the event’s hosts, Acting CEO of Heirs Insurance Limited, Dr Adaobi Nwakuche, CEO of Heirs Life Assurance, Niyi Onifade, and over 300 insurance brokers.
Onigbogi said: “I have no iota of doubt in my mind that Heirs Insurance and Heirs Life are companies to watch out for in the market. A critical examination of your workforce and your enthusiasm to host this members’ evening at a time like this is a pointer to a greater business exploit you are poised to accomplish.”
Nwakuche, during her address, acknowledged NCRIB as an important stakeholder in the business of insurance, liaising between customers and insurance firms. She emphasized the mission of the Insurance firm while introducing the company to the brokers.
“We are on a mission to democratize insurance and make it accessible to everyone.”
To do this, while developing our goods, we paid close attention to the needs of every consumer across all social circles.
We are glad to announce that we have simple and reasonable insurance options for everyone, and we are convinced that with NCRIB’s help, we will be able to keep our promise of providing outstanding service to the public,” she said.
Onifade described some of the low-cost products that the life insurance company was introducing, saying: “Our mandate is to provide excellent service to customers which is a priority for us, and we understand that to achieve it, we need to collaborate with bodies that believe in the similar vision of always putting the customers first. The NCRIB represents this and with them as partners, we can jointly move the business of insurance forward.”