Old Mutual Insure secures exciting partnership with Transition Risk Solutions

19 June 2018 John Nienaber, Old Mutual Insure
John Nienaber, Executive of Specialty at Old Mutual Insure.

John Nienaber, Executive of Specialty at Old Mutual Insure.

Old Mutual Insure has officially secured an Underwriting Management Agency (UMA) partnership with Transition Risk Solutions (TRS, enabling the insurer to grow its existing corporate insurance profile.

TRS is a 100% black-owned UMA with seasoned expertise and an outstanding track record in corporate property insurance, both locally and across the sub-Saharan Africa market.

“Not only does this partnership bolster our position as one of the leading specialty insurance underwriters in the market, but it also demonstrates our strategic commitment to transformation. This partnership will also help doing business with us easier than ever before, and allow us to provide exceptional customer service to our brokers, advisors and most importantly, our customers,” says John Nienaber, Executive of Specialty at Old Mutual Insure.

TRS is known and revered in the short-term industry for its expertise in corporate property insurance that covers material damage and business interruption.

“I have been impressed by the entrepreneurial spirit and out-of-the-box thinking of the TRS team. They have shown extraordinary energy throughout their engagements with large corporate brokers and I’m excited to see the significant value that the coming together of two established and trusted industry brands will unlock,” concludes Nienaber.

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