Blessing Chiguye appointed Regional Head at Reinsurance Solutions Intermediary Services

21 June 2021 Reinsurance Solutions Intermediary Services (RSIS)
Blessing Chiguye, Regional Head at Reinsurance Solutions Intermediary Services

Blessing Chiguye, Regional Head at Reinsurance Solutions Intermediary Services

Reinsurance Solutions Intermediary Services (RSIS) has expanded its handpicked team of reinsurance professionals with the appointment of Blessing Chiguye to the position of Regional Head, Southern Africa.

RSIS is a subsidiary of the Reinsurance Solutions Group, the largest independent African-owned reinsurance broking group on the continent. The group services Africa and the Indian Ocean Islands from its head office in Mauritius and other offices around Africa and in London.

As the local subsidiary, RSIS is one of South Africa’s few majority black-owned reinsurance broking firms. It provides niche reinsurance and insurance solutions to clients operating in Southern Africa, with a keen focus on those in the English- and Portuguese-speaking markets.

Blessing joins the South African team from the Reinsurance Solutions head-office in Mauritius.

In his role as Regional Head, Southern Africa, Blessing focuses on business development in the Southern African and Lusophone countries, acting as the primary contact point for the firm’s existing and new clients in these markets.

He has extensive knowledge of the African reinsurance and insurance markets, specifically treaty design and structuring, and facultative reinsurance placements. He also has an excellent track record for building solid client relationships.

Blessing holds a Bachelor of Commerce Honours Degree in Risk Management and Insurance (2012) from the National University of Science and Technology (Zimbabwe), and a Diploma in Insurance (2014) from the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII, UK). He is currently working towards Advanced Status with CII.

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