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Lombard partners with Motor Acceptances

16 January 2015 Lombard Insurance Company Limited

Lombard Insurance Company Limited and Motor Acceptances are pleased to announce a new partnership between their two organisations as of 1 January 2015. Motor Acceptances has been in business for the past 15 years, specialising in Motor Fleet insurance, and is an exciting addition as a Lombard partner.

Grant Cross, MD at Motor Acceptances, believes that “our partnership with Lombard has come at the right time for us as we look to take our business to a new level. They have the right blend of entrepreneurial spirit and professionalism to make a significant difference to our operation and our service to brokers and clients.”

This feeling is shared by the Lombard team. Doug Laburn, Head of Partnerships at Lombard Insurance Company Limited, says “The team, led by Grant and Linda Rossouw, is highly respected in the Motor Fleet market and they are great people to work with. We’re looking forward to a long and successful partnership. We’re very happy to continue to attract the best operators in the specialist classes we choose to be involved in.”

Quick Polls

QUESTION

As National Treasury mulls a two-bucket retirement system, mandatory contributions and preservation, regulation 28 is being amended to allow up to 40% of retirement fund assets to be invested in SA-based infrastructure… Which of the following retirement fund ‘tweaks’ would you consider most beneficial to your clients?

ANSWER

Give fund members emergency access to retirement savings
Let fund members invest 40% in infrastructure
Let fund members invest 40% offshore
Mandatory preservation when resigning from a fund
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