The Insurance company changed its name from Pan Africa Insurance Holdings Limited in 2016 and assured its stakeholders of a seamless transition and improved service.
”The rebrand heralds a new dawn for the diversified financial services firm that we are. It makes us a bigger and better company that is firmly positioned to deliver world-class financial services for the local clientele as well as value for our shareholders and other stakeholders,” CEO Mugo Kibati said.
A source intimated to Kahawa Tungu that there was a mass exodus by employees from the five branches due to poor working conditions.
The branches are; Migori, Kerugoya, Nyeri, Chuka and Priority (Nairobi).
The fore-mentioned branches, the source noted remained closed as employees absconded their duties for the month of December.
CS for Treasury, Henry Rotich once noted that the insurance industry also a service industry has been perceived negatively.
”The poor image of the industry has led to lack of confidence and trust by policy holders and the general public,” he said.
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