A fresh approach to insurance cover in Kenya

By David Seagon

Anyone who has spent much time in Kenya, knows that it is a country full of surprises – some good, some bad and some impossible to predict. For me, this is all part of the charm of our great nation. But at the same time, it makes identifying insurance risks that bit more difficult.

Having lived here for most of my adult life, I know how quickly circumstances can change and have seen threats emerge in the most unlikely places. The recent political predicament is a prime example. But in these uncertain times, I feel it’s more important than ever to focus on our health, protection and financial security – because as human beings we need to know that whatever life throws at us, we can continue to keep our families safe, look after our employees and protect our business interests.

At JW Seagon, we go out of our way to work with forward-thinking insurers who understand that traditional policies are not doing enough to protect the things we care about. We know we can’t control the volatile world we live in. But by using our local knowledge and experience, we can at least come up with policies that reflect the real issues facing individuals and businesses throughout Kenya.

One of our solutions is an insurance product that covers everything from political repatriation and security breaches, to personal accidents, kidnap and ransom. We’ve called it Sixth Sense because it protects people against those unspeakable situations that often get overlooked. Plus it provides confidential support from a team of experts who understand the Kenyan market and know just what to do in a crisis.

Like all of our insurance products, Sixth Sense is made in Kenya, backed up by our trusted colleagues in London and more affordable than you might think. But most important of all, it’s relevant to individuals and businesses who want to feel safe and secure, whatever the future holds.

Check out the link below to find out more.

Download the Sixth Sense brochure

By | 2017-10-24T07:42:55+00:00 October 23rd, 2017|Article|