Leadway Assurance Company Limited, as part of its commitment towards bridging the financial protection gap and increasing the rate of insurance penetration in Nigeria, has launched a first-of-its-kind Mobile Office.

Leadway Assurance Company Limited, as part of its commitment towards bridging the financial protection gap and increasing the rate of insurance penetration in Nigeria, has…

View More Leadway Assurance Company Limited, as part of its commitment towards bridging the financial protection gap and increasing the rate of insurance penetration in Nigeria, has launched a first-of-its-kind Mobile Office.

Insurance industry stakeholders are optimistic about increased growth in the industry if players in the sector could deploy resources to tap from opportunities in small and medium scale (SMEs)

Insurance industry stakeholders are optimistic about increased growth in the industry if players in the sector could deploy resources to tap from opportunities in small…

View More Insurance industry stakeholders are optimistic about increased growth in the industry if players in the sector could deploy resources to tap from opportunities in small and medium scale (SMEs)

Nigerian insurance companies saw an 18 percent increase in directors’ emoluments and fees last year, even as most insurance stocks languish at 50 kobo per share, or par value.

Listed Nigerian insurance companies saw an 18 percent increase in directors’ emoluments and fees last year, even as most insurance stocks languish at 50 kobo…

View More Nigerian insurance companies saw an 18 percent increase in directors’ emoluments and fees last year, even as most insurance stocks languish at 50 kobo per share, or par value.

Continental Reinsurance Plc has recorded a 60 percent growth in profit after tax(PAT), from N2.92 billion in 2015 to N4.65 billion at the close of business in 2016.

Continental Reinsurance Plc has recorded a 60 percent growth in profit after tax(PAT), from N2.92 billion in 2015 to N4.65 billion at the close of…

View More Continental Reinsurance Plc has recorded a 60 percent growth in profit after tax(PAT), from N2.92 billion in 2015 to N4.65 billion at the close of business in 2016.