Standard Alliance Insurance reaffirms thrust of business…appoints Corporate Communications Officer
- December 15, 2016
- Posted by: Admin
- Category: News
Committed to rank high among the best and most respected insurance companies in Nigeria, Standard Alliance Insurance Plc. has reaffirmed, its business thrust remains the revolutionary concept of total quality management (TQM) which guarantees getting it right at all times.
Meanwhile, the frontline underwriting firm, serving clients in Nigeria and Africa, has announced the appointment of Queen Eugene for the role of Corporate Communications officer with effect from December 1, 2016.
Contained in a press statement, Queen will assume lead responsibility for all communication functions of the insurance company, servicing the insuring public as well as other stakeholders.
According to the Group Managing Director and Chief Executive of Standard Alliance Insurance Plc., Bode Akinboye, “We, at SA Insurance are extremely pleased to announce the appointment of Queen Eugene as our Corporate Communications Officer . Queen brings great experience, talent and enthusiasm to the team and she will lead our reputation management across all our business touch-points to position us both as lifelong ally and the insurance company to count on.”
“Standard Alliance Insurance Plc. is a high profile, technology-driven and customer-oriented company ranking among the best and most respected insurance companies in Nigeria, both in terms of product and service delivery. Queen is passionate about using her combined talents to integrate marketing, branding and Public Relations to drive the values of the SA brand. So, we are convinced she will leverage relationship to increase buy-in and full engagement of our key stakeholders,” he said.
The new Communications Officer is expected to develop, implement and evaluate campaigns that would resonate with the SA Insurance stakeholders.
Standard Alliance Insurance Plc. is one of the topline insurance companies in Nigeria with headquarters in Lagos; currently undergoing merger with its Life Insurance subsidiary, SA Life with a combined Total Asset of =N12billion, 44 branches as well as more than 1000 agents.
Excited Queen said: “This is amazing for me. It is particularly more amazing to be managing the communication operations of very popular insurance company in Nigeria. The thought of facilitating the SA vision to be the leading provider of insurance, risk management and investment services in Africa sends exquisite tension to my spine. I am proud to serve.”