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PSG Insure receives top honours at 2019 Old Mutual Insure Awards

02 May 2019 PSG Insure
From left to right at the awards ceremony: Gurshan Overmeyer, Head Key Accounts at Old Mutual Insure; Coenraad de Jager, Executive: Commercial, Personal and Distribution at Old Mutual Insure; Bertus Visser, Chief Executive of Distribution at PSG Insure and Garth Napier, Managing Director of Old Mutual Insure

From left to right at the awards ceremony: Gurshan Overmeyer, Head Key Accounts at Old Mutual Insure; Coenraad de Jager, Executive: Commercial, Personal and Distribution at Old Mutual Insure; Bertus Visser, Chief Executive of Distribution at PSG Insure and Garth Napier, Managing Director of Old Mutual Insure

PSG Insure received industry recognition at the 2019 Old Mutual Insure Awards. In addition to being named the overall winner as Top National Broker, some of the individual PSG Insure advisory offices have received accolades as well.

The Centurion Short-Term branch in Von Willich Avenue, the PSG Insure Levubu office and the PSG Insure Volksrust office were all named Top Regional National Broker for their regions (Pretoria, Limpopo and Mpumalanga, respectively). The PSG Insure offices in the Western Cape were collectively named runners-up in the Top Regional National Broker category for that region.

All awards were for ‘achieving exceptional growth over the past year and maintaining a profitable portfolio over a three-year period’.

“This recognition underscores our continued growth and profitability and we are very proud to receive these awards,” says Rikus Visser, CEO of PSG Insure.

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