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Mutual & Federal honours top local brokers

27 September 2013 Mutual & Federal

Mutual & Federal, a member of the Old Mutual Group, has honoured its top performing brokers in the Northern region (Pretoria, Nelspruit, Witbank, Ermelo, Polokwane, Tzaneen and Nylstroom). The short-term insurer held a special broker awards ceremony yesterday as part of its annual broker engagement forums.

"These awards have long been overdue”, says Louw Conradie, Head of Distribution, Commercial Lines and Africa at Mutual & Federal. "As a broker driven business, we believe that it's important to recognize the important role brokers play in our business”, he continues.

Only brokers who have made a significant contribution to Mutual & Federal over the past 12 months, and those who have maintained a profitable portfolio over a three year period were considered for the awards. The candidates were then judged and scored according to set criteria.

The Northern region's ceremony had five categories and the winners are:

Small Independent brokers

1. De Novo Insurance Brokers

2. Sentravaal Makelaars Beperk

3. Pieter van Niekerk Makelaars/Brokers

Large Independent brokers

1. Middel and Partners Insurance Brokers

2. Netwerk Makelaars

3. Urban Insurance Brokers (PTY) LTD

Old Mutual Personal Financial Advisors

1. Delarey Ferreira

2. Steyn Posthumus

3. Vuledzani Mutengwe

Agency Franchise Distribution

1. Jacquo Muller

National brokers

1. Indwe Risk Services

2. PSG Konsult

3. AON

The Mutual & Federal broker engagement forums started in 2012. They provide an opportunity for Mutual & Federal to connect with its brokers, in South Africa, Namibia and Botswana, and to discuss current trends and challenges facing the industry.

Mutual & Federal is one of the leading short-term insurers in southern Africa.

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