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Selling of insurance books

01 September 2015 Michelle Schreuder

Listed below are contact persons of companies/brokerages who are interested in  SELLING various types of books. If you are interested in bying a book, please contact the persons below:

(If you would like to list your information please send an e-mail to



We are interested in selling our book, which consists of Life, Short term and Medical aid.

We are based in Kensington, in Johannesburg.

Our practice consists of the following:


1.Liberty, Momentum and Sanlam for life insurance and investments.

2.We have a medical aid book predominantly with Discovery and Health Squared etc.

3.Short term distributed with Old Mutual, CIB and Momentum.

Contact -  Andy Tel: 011 616 2275 /


I would like to be listed as selling my short term insurance brokerage with an annual commission of N $ 1 300 000.00.

Im based in Namibia

My contact details:



Short term insurance book insuring against Misappropriation of Funds for sale
Current commission income R42000 per annum
Contact: Peter - Tel : 028 3124911 or click here to e-mail



Brokerage for sale in Swaziland - Specialising in short-term insurance - Annual income – R 1,500.000.00
Contact : Arnold Sequera - Click here to e-mail



Selling of Insurance Book - Book Details (Gauteng and Vaal Triangle area)
Discovery Life: Life Insurance Policies:
Discovery Invest:
Also available is a smaller Liberty Life book 
Contact Henk Fourie - Click here to e-mail


Brokerage for sale : Life, RA and Endowment (Liberty, Momentum, Discovery)
Area: Roodepoort, Gauteng
Contact: Andre Jv Vuuren  email: Cell:   0823217536


Type of besigheid: Mediese fonds ,Gap cover en lewens boek / Streek: Noord-Kaap
Kontak per epos: Leana Steyl 







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