Standard Alliance Insurance Assures Customers of Standard Service
Keeping to its promise to be the leading provider of insurance, risk management and investment services in Africa, Standard Alliance Insurance Plc, has assured new and old customers as well as other key stakeholders of global best practices in its insurance offerings.
The underwriting firm, which offers affordable insurance policies across the African continent, noted that the management remains keen about delivering international best practice in the Nigerian insurance sector like that which obtains in Europe, South Africa and Asia. Â It restated, it not only gives adequate attention to on-time payment of claims but also ensures industry best practice in all its insurance handling which means unique insurance experience for every Nigerian.
Group Managing Director and Chief Executive of SA Insurance Plc., Bode Akinboye, in a statement said: â€œindigenous underwriters can participate effectively and successfully alongside their international counterparts. That is what we have proven possible with our nearly-completed merger with SA Life to become a full-fledged composite insurance company.
â€œIn emphasis, we have shown seriousness and commitment to paying claims which is the essence why we are in business because we believe that any insurance company that is worth its salt should be seen to be paying claims.Â Â This is the major thing we have promised to put on the table and we are indeed dishing it relentlessly so that people will have a benefit and added value to whatever premium they have provided for this business.â€
According to him, Standard Alliance has worked diligently over the years in delivering exciting and unique insurance experience for policyholders over the years, earning the SA brand unparalleled record in customer service delivery especially in prompt and complete payment of claims.
Standard Alliance Insurance Plc. prides itself as one as a frontline insurance company in Nigeria with headquarters in Lagos; currently undergoing merger with its Life Insurance subsidiary, SA LifeÂ with a combined Total Asset ofÂ =N12billion, 44 branches as well as more than 1000 agents.