Law Union & Rock Insurance plc records ₦4.1bn premium
March 09th, 2018
Law Union & Rock Insurance Plc recorded â‚¦4.16bn gross premium in the 2012 financial period.
The Chairperson of the firm, Mrs. Adenike Adeniran, stated this during the companyâ€™s 44th Annual General Meeting in Lagos.
“Despite the impact of the challenging market and operating environment in the financial system, the company recorded a gross premium of â‚¦4.16bn in 2012,” she said.
According to her, the board and management remained committed to the companyâ€™s strategic initiatives as contained in the approved strategy document.
Although this was adopted in December 2012, she said the full implementation of the timeline for all the strategic initiatives mapped out in the strategy document commenced in 2013.
“While we vigorously pursue our corporate objective and strategies, we will also focus on measures that will strengthen our relationship with our esteemed brokers,” she said.
The chairman said that in line with the firmâ€™s promise to continue to improve on its service delivery, it had implemented its e-payment strategy with the various platforms for premium collection and business transactions.
She said that as most transactions were now done online, the firm had deployed a digital marketing campaign in order to increase its customer reach, brand visibility and awareness, especially to the young and mobile insurance customers.
With these mobile technologies put in place, she said that the insuring public could easily buy and pay for Law Union & Rock Insuranceâ€™s products from any part of the country.
The Managing Director, Mrs. Toyin Ogunseye, said that the firm would continue to put measures in place to ensure that it was firmly footed to face the storm in the financial sector.
Ogunseye said the cost reduction mechanism put in place by the management of the firm was already achieving the much desired result.
She said that it had embarked on a series of strategic initiatives aimed at strengthening its operations and business model and would enable it to increase its market share in the industry.
“Indeed, the future is bright as we will continue to deploy strategies that enable us to fully exploit emerging business opportunities and also make the company one of the top five in the industry in the nearest future, she said”.