FIA Intermediary Experience Awards - Announcement of finalists

22 July 2019 FIA

With under two weeks to go until the FIA Intermediary Experience Awards, excitement is mounting as we prepare for one of the industry’s most anticipated events.

Guests are in for a night to remember with plenty of networking opportunities and amazing entertainment, thanks to our FIA partners.

Taking place on 1 August at The Maslow hotel in Sandton, we look forward to a night where we will CELEBRATE the successes of the past 12 months and honour the product suppliers who have performed best in the FIA Intermediary Experience Awards survey.

Research company Ask Afrika for its 3rd year conducted the research on behalf of the FIA. All FIA members had an opportunity to participate in the survey, which ran from May through to July.

The FIA is proud to announce the 2019 finalists listed alphabetically (by category):

Commercial Lines:

• Auto and General Insurance Company Ltd
• Hollard Insurance Company Ltd
• Renasa Insurance Company Ltd
• Santam Beperk
• Western National Insurance Company Ltd

Personal Lines:

• Hollard Insurance Company Ltd
• Renasa Insurance Company Ltd
• Santam Beperk


• Hollard Insurance Company Ltd
• Old Mutual Insure Ltd
• Santam Beperk

Life and Risk:

• Liberty Group
• Sanlam Life Insurance Company Ltd
• Old Mutual Life Assurance Company Ltd

Investment Product Lump Sum:

• Allan Gray
• PSG Life Ltd
• Sanlam Glacier

Investment Product Savings:

• Allan Gray
• Sanlam Glacier

Medical Schemes:

• Discovery Health Medical Scheme
• Medihelp
• Momentum Health

Employee Benefits

• Liberty Corporate
• Momentum
• Old Mutual

Changes in the UMA business segment over the past year led to insufficient sampling sizes in the many niche markets. As a result, the UMA category could not be included this year.

To book tickets for the awards evening, please click here.

For more information on the format of the awards survey, please click here.


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