Why are motor stickers in Kenya different colours? Jeremy Clayton, CEO – Group General broking, explains the difference and outlines why it is important that you have the correct cover for your motor vehicle.
Do you have an Industrial All Risk (IAR) policy with a local insurer, and have you checked that the policy really does what it says it does? Jeremy Clayton, CEO – Group General Broking, highlights why you need to pay more attention to these policies and why it might be worth asking JW Seagon to review the policy for you.
The wording surrounding hazardous pursuits changes depending on which insurer you are with and what policy you have. Simon Ashworth, Group Head – Healthcare, explains the importance of understanding the wording in your health insurance policy.
Wider policy wording means less exclusions, which is what we strive for at JW Seagon. Please read Jeremy’s blog and have a look at the policy comparisons to see what we are talking about.
During this webinar Cigna’s Gilles Nyssens discusses tips on how to maintain employee engagement during these times and how wellbeing (mental and physical) is a key enabler for companies in the oil and gas industry.
In the past couple of weeks, we have received a communication from several separate insurers advising us that owing to continued losses and poor results, local Insurers are being forced to increase their Fire and Engineering rates to new minimums.
Every year health insurers undertake a product and premiums review. They need to ensure that their products are still meeting their customers’ needs, are up to speed with the latest developments in the health industry and are performing as expected commercially.
I do not want to be the bearer of bad news, and I could be completely wrong, but I have a very bad feeling about what will happen to the insurance market in the future.
The Covid-19 pandemic has placed extraordinary demands on leaders in business and beyond. On a good day, a leader’s job is simple: Keep the company running, employees productive, and customers happy.