Fourth consecutive win for PSG Insure Meesterplan at CIB Awards

26 November 2020 PSG Insure Meesterplan
Reon Wiese (PSG Insure Meesterplan), Steven Munro (CFO of CIB) and Henk Wiese (PSG Insure Meesterplan)

Reon Wiese (PSG Insure Meesterplan), Steven Munro (CFO of CIB) and Henk Wiese (PSG Insure Meesterplan)

For the fourth year in a row, PSG Insure Meesterplan has taken top prize as Diamond Broker of the Year at the annual CIB Broker Awards.

The award underscores consistent quality in providing advice and service to clients. “We value this accolade and are pleased that it speaks to both the strength of our product provider relationships and our ability to meet our clients’ insurance needs,” says Henk Wiese from the office, on the win. PSG Insure Meesterplan is based in Lynnwood in Pretoria.

CIB values ‘passion’, ‘integrity’ and ‘excellence’, and prides itself on stringent adviser vetting and training. In doing so, it aims to nurture knowledge sharing, high levels of service, and a culture that fosters transparent, ethical relationships. Its broker awards recognise adviser partnerships that meet these ideals.

“Congratulations to PSG Insure Meesterplan. It is testament to the excellent, long-term work ethic consistent in our short-term insurance advisers who are a hardworking, non-stop force that boosts our national network,” says Rikus Visser, CEO of PSG Insure.

PSG is a leading financial services group, with an extensive national footprint. PSG Insure, a division of PSG, offers short-term insurance advice and cover to protect individuals and businesses from unforeseen events. PSG Insure partners with leading insurance providers so that clients have access to a wide range of insurance options. PSG Insure Meesterplan is among the top insurance offices at PSG.

Quick Polls


How to give affordable and appropriate financial advice to the low income market segment. There is little room on a R50 pm policy for advisers to be remunerated for the time it would it would take to educate & fulfil admin function. What is the solution?


[a] Eliminate non-advice sales / telesales
[b] Implement industry standards for non-advice information
[c] Introduce an insurer-funded pro-bono advice network to low income earners
[d] Reinforce the Policyholder Protection Rules
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