Brokerslink continues African growth as it announces eight new affiliates from across the continent.
11 October 2018 – Global broking business Brokerslink, has today announced a further expansion of its global broker network including the addition of eight new independent brokers from Africa, extending its presence to 21 countries across the continent.
The new affiliates are:
- CCAR in Mauritania
- Compendium in South Africa
- Consass in Burkina Faso
- Generalia Assurances in Cameroon
- Générale de Courtage in Guinea Conakry
- La Protectrice Assurance in Togo and Benin
- Hoggar Assurances in Niger
- WH Assureur-Conseil in Senegal
Brokerslink’s regional manager for the Middle East and Africa (MEA) region, Ana Cristina Borges, commented on Africa’s importance to it broker network and insurer partners, she said;
“The expansion of our network in Africa is a significant indicator of our commitment to supporting independent brokers across the continent. Africa is an increasingly important insurance market. Thanks to its extensive natural resources, growing population, increasing levels of affluence and infrastructure investment opportunities, insurance penetration is set to expand.
“The Brokerslink global network will greatly benefit from our new network affiliates’ unique insights and understanding of these dynamic local markets. Likewise, we are able to support the growth of our brokers with access to new and dedicated products, risk management services, and insurance markets to maximise global programme opportunities.”
In addition to the new African affiliates, Brokerslink has announced MIR Insurance Brokers in Indonesia has joined the network together with two new specialist wholesale brokers Classicus, specialising in high value classic car collections and high value households, and Integra Global a leading international health insurance provider. Brokerslink is further expanding the capabilities of its specialist risk and insurance services offering with the addition of global risk consultancy FocusPoint International and WEBCBG, a software service company specialising in risk management and CAT risk assessment tools, as affiliates.