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Colina Ghana pledges good services to clients

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Colina Ghana, an insurance firm on Tuesday said it would leverage the global expertise and capital base of its parent company to deliver unparallel service to customers.

The Colina Group, an Africa focused insurance and real estate firm, about a year ago acquired majority stake in Ghanaian company- Beacon Insurance, leading to the birth of Colina Ghana Insurance.

Speaking at a press conference on the future prospects of the company, Mr Mel Kebe, Executive Director, said the Ghanaian subsidiary would benefit from solutions to all aspects of insurance demands through structured products for individuals, professional occupation, small and medium enterprises as well as products for major businesses.

“Our clients will have a comprehensive range of solutions and innovative products structured to meet their specific needs.

“In addition to that we will be collaborating with our clients in providing them with security, efficiency and transparency,” he said.

Mr Kebe said the company’s outstanding expertise in risk advisory services, both internal and external technical and actuarial competences, would allow the company to set up customised solutions for the clients.

On the oil industry, Mr Kebe said the company was ready to participate, taking lessons from experiences in insuring the operations of some oil companies in Cote d’Ivoire and Gabon.

He said Colina Ghana was poised to reach the five million dollar
capitalisation requirement within two years and this would enable it to undertake major businesses in the country.

The Colina Group has been operating in Africa for 30 years with 20 subsidiaries in 10 African countries and also in France.

It has a capital base of $30 million and total assets of $438.29 million.

Source: GNA

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