GNI set to enhance service delivery

The Great Nigeria Insurance Plc is set for restructuring strategies, the Managing Director/ Chief Executive Officer, Mrs Cecilia Osipitan, has disclosed.

The strategies would ensure excellent service delivery, Osipitan stated in Lagos on Friday.

She also said the firm would adopt global best practices in all areas of its operation.

“We are out to reshape the industry, but are aware that we cannot attain the top five position if our service delivery is questionable. We will, at the same time, strive to imbibe global best practices in all facets of our operations to ensure we remain front-liners in the industry.

“We will also come up with innovative ideas on how to move GNI Plc forward and ensure the implementation of all measures and strategies to engender the achievement of the company’s various goals and strategic values,” she said.

According to her, the underwriter has put in place modalities that will ensure effective coordination of repositioning and re-structuring strategies of the organisation.

Osipitan said the firm was formulating strategies to deepen direct market penetration, monitor production and collection performance, and provide advisory support, when needed, in correcting shortfalls.

The MD said the company would continue to embark on regular season review of its internal processes and procedures, for improved performance.

The statement further read, “The company has clearly set out to chart a professional course in the practice of insurance business in Nigeria and will not leave any stone unturned in the quest of attaining the status of a world-class insurance company.

“We are poised to meet up with our obligations as and when due and will continually strive not to disappoint our teeming customers and uphold the confidence of our stakeholders.”

Great Nigeria Insurance Plc, it added, is fast emerging a giant in the Nigerian insurance industry with an extensive network of branches across the country.

”The company has, over the years, demonstrated commitment to improving on its existing infrastructure to attract and retain the best hands in the industry,” she said.

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