THE Nigerian Federal Government is targeting banks and insurance companies to finance the national shipping carrier, following the withdrawal of a Singaporean liner, Pacific International Lines (PIL), from the initiative. The Singaporean shipping company, with over a hundred ships in its fleet world-wide, had said that it would not be able to cope with the… Continue reading Nigeria’s Federal Government targets insurance firms, others to fund national shipping fleet.
Nigeria’s National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) has been in operation for over ten years but it seems to have failed in the realization of the objectives for which it was established. Key among its failures is the non-realization of the objective of making health care available to Nigerians at affordable costs. As at today, many… Continue reading Failures of Nigeria’s Health Insurance Scheme: the way forward
U.S. regulators are preparing to sanction Wells Fargo for receiving commissions on auto insurance policies it helped force on more than half a million drivers, people with direct knowledge of the probes have revealed. last July, Wells Fargo blamed a third-party vendor for wrongly layering insurance policies on its auto borrowers. Wells Fargo did… Continue reading Wells Fargo faces sanctions for auto insurance payouts.
Nigeria’s Ibom Deepsea Port will accommodate up to 13 New Panamax Class container vessels and two very large feeder vessels upon completion and is estimated to grow from about 1.2 million (Ten Equivalent Units) TEUs in 2021 to about four million TEUs in 2040. This was contained in a statement issued by the promoters of… Continue reading Nigeria’s Ibom Deepsea Port to handle four million TEUs in 2040.
The Insurance industry rebranding proramme aimed at creating more awareness, and deepening insurance penetration in Nigeria is expected to kick off this first quarter of 2018. The Managing Director, Custodian and Allied Insurance, Toye Odunsi, said the rebranding, also supported by industry regulator, NAICOM, and other stakeholders aims to change the perception of the public… Continue reading Nigerian Insurance Stakeholders target Q1-2018 for Industry rebranding project
The federal government of Nigeria has made budgetary provision to the tune of N5.4 billion as 2018 Group Life Insurance cover for its 89,000 workforce, in the 2018 national budget currently before the National Assembly (NASS). To this end, all Federal government workers who die or suffer accidents while in active service will have access… Continue reading 2018 National Budget: Nigeria’s Federal Government Plans Group Life Insurance For 89,000 Workers
This was disclosed by the President of the Council, Shola Tiunubu, at the December edition of members evening hosted by AIICO Insurance Plc, who said the difference in commission rates and other benefits are aimed at justifying the remarkable differentiation in their competencies and experience. Tinubu said: “while sustaining the tempo of technical relations with… Continue reading Nigeria Council of Registered Insurance Brokers set to drive industry’s potential with brokerage firms