On Thursday, July 12, Donewell Insurance Company Limited will hold a symposium on Ghana’s insurance industry as part of activities scheduled for the celebration of their 25th anniversary.
The symposium, themed ‘Insurance in Ghana-The different perspectives: The Regulator, The Investor and the insurer’ is scheduled to take place at the British Council in Accra and is targeted at major stakeholders in Ghana’s insurance industry.
According to Jennifer Bebli, Head of Marketing and Business Development at Donewell Insurance, the symposium will bring together decision makers in the insurance industry to discuss critical issues peculiar to insurance in Ghana. Participants would contribute to discussions concerning professionalism, innovation, ethical business and standards towards the growth of Ghana’s insurance industry.
“We would assemble the decision makers and influencers in our industry to discuss the pertinent issues that affect our survival as businesses and industry. Innovation is key in today’s dynamic world and must be embraced by all. Insurance is not and must not be immune to change and innovation and as such we are happy to be organizing this event for all stakeholders”, she said.
The symposium promises to be relevant and meaningful to the growth of Ghana’s insurance industry. Some of the guests expected to attend and speak at the event include Mr. Justice Yaw Ofori (Commissioner of Insurance), Mr. Larry Kwesi Jiagge (Managing Director; Risk Management and Advisory Service), Mr. Seth Eshun (Head of Supervision; National Insurance Commission), Mr. Ofori Kuragu (Managing Director; AP & L Consult) and Mr. Fiifi Simpson, Groupe Nduom.