Kenindia revamps website around customer needs

Kenindia Assurance Limited, Kenya’s oldest insurance company has revamped its kenindia.com website with an improved design geared towards better serving customers needs especially with the increasingly growing millennials that the company is targeting with its insurance products. In line with its recent strategy of targeting millennials, the new changes will make it easier to navigate … More Kenindia revamps website around customer needs

Insurance agents awarded in annual fete

Kenindia Assurance has awarded its top performing insurance agents and brokers for the year 2018 in recognition of their contribution to the growth of the Company, at an event presided over by Insurance Regulatory Authority Chief Executive officer Godfrey Kiptum. Speaking at the award event, Kenindia Assurance Managing Director B.S. Sharma said the agents still … More Insurance agents awarded in annual fete

KENINDIA ASSURANCE FETES TOP AGENTS

Kenindia Assurance has awarded its top performing insurance agents and brokers for the year 2018 in recognition of their contribution to the growth of the Company, at an event presided over by Insurance Regulatory Authority Chief Executive officer Godfrey Kiptum. Speaking at the award event, Kenindia Assurance Managing Director B.S. Sharma said the agents still … More KENINDIA ASSURANCE FETES TOP AGENTS

KENINDIA TO CURB MOTOR INSURANCE FRAUD WITH THE HELP OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

With over 25% of Kenya’s insurance industry income fraudulently claimed, Kenindia Assurance has taken steps to curb the fraud by incorporating artificial intelligence in its motor insurance claim processes. The insurer is utilizing artificial intelligence to fast track its claims resolutions through the use of anomaly detection, sentiment detection, text analytics and a self-service portal. … More KENINDIA TO CURB MOTOR INSURANCE FRAUD WITH THE HELP OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

KENINDIA ASSURANCE APPOINTS NEW MANAGING DIRECTOR

Kenindia Assurance Company Limited, one of Kenya’s oldest insurance companies is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr Bhawani Shanker Sharma as Managing Director effective October 17th 2019. He succeeds Mr Inderjeet Singh who joined New India Assurance Company Limited as the new General Manager. Mr. Sharma had also worked for Oriental Insurance Company Limited … More KENINDIA ASSURANCE APPOINTS NEW MANAGING DIRECTOR

KENINDIA ASSURANCE APPOINTS NEW GM FOR LIFE INSURANCE

Kenindia Assurance Limited, Kenya’s oldest insurance company has today announced the appointment of Uthup Joseph as Life Insurance General Manager effective August 2nd  2019 Prior to taking up his new role at Kenindia Assurance, Uthup Joseph spent 28 years at Life Insurance Corporation of India, serving most recently as Senior Divisional Manager looking after Individual … More KENINDIA ASSURANCE APPOINTS NEW GM FOR LIFE INSURANCE

Awareness key to increased insurance uptake for schools

Schools and educational institutions as a whole, have for a long time faced myriads of unique risks that would normally require some kind of specialized insurance protection. From students participating in extra-curricular activities to the ever-present dangers in chemistry and biology labs, there is a lot that educational institutions need to protect. And that is … More Awareness key to increased insurance uptake for schools

Kenindia Assurance projects higher pensions uptake

Statistics in the insurance sector indicates that more Kenyan’s are now willing to save for the future than before. Industry figures indicate that there has been enormous appetite for a pension which has seen the industry total pension funds under guaranteed arrangement grow from Ksh. 163 billion to 183.7 billion a growth rate of 12.7% … More Kenindia Assurance projects higher pensions uptake

Why employee wellbeing can no longer be ignored

It’s a disturbing trend: Kenyans seem to be getting less healthy with every passing year, thanks to the resurgence of non-communicable diseases (NCDs). According to the Ministry of Health, non-communicable diseases are responsible for over 55 per cent of deaths and further account for more than 50 per cent of hospital admissions, annually. Non-communicable diseases … More Why employee wellbeing can no longer be ignored