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AGCS Africa appoints Senzi Ndlozi as Business Development Manager

06 June 2017Allianz
Senzi Ndlozi.

Senzi Ndlozi.

Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty (AGCS) Africa has appointed Senzi Ndlozi as Business Development Manager effective June 1, 2017. Senzi will be responsible for growing sales and distribution for the business across the continent.

She has over 11 years of experience in risk management and insurance. She holds a BCom degree from University of South Africa. “I firmly believe that AGCS Africa is one of the fastest growing corporate and specialty insurers in Africa and I would like to be a part of that growth,” says Senzi.

“Our vision is to be the benchmark corporate and specialty insurer in Africa. We therefore need highly skilled and technically sound individuals who will enable us to achieve our vision. We are confident that Senzi’s expertise, experience and network will facilitate the development and growth of our Marine, Energy, Engineering, Financial Lines, Liability, Mid-Corporate, Property as well as pan-African and International Insurance Programs. This is central to the attainment of our vision,” says AGCS Africa CEO Thusang Mahlangu.

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