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Independent Brokers: Business and Personal Lines Insurance

Region : Gauteng
Company : Iemas Insurance Brokers(Pty) Ltd
Contact : Sumeshni Bassdev
Contact email: [email protected]
Contact no: 012 674-8728
Closing date: 31 Dec 2021
Job Specifications:

• Individuals wanting to start their own business and personal lines STI brokerage
• Instant access to over 15 trusted insurers
• Needing to save costs on:
  1. Compliance
  2. Operational viability
  3. Servicing and
  4. Claims consulting

As an Independent Contractor operating under the license of Iemas, we are able to provide you the benefit of:
• A lucrative commission-sharing model
• Compliance and back office support
• Sound relationship with insurers
• Marketing collateral support
• Over 600 corporate employers than can be accessed as leads

We are also interested in purchasing existing business and personal insurance books from Brokers.

Requirements:

• Minimum qualification requirements for Short-term Insurance: Commercial and/or Personal Lines.
• Owns a vehicle
• Valid Driver's license
• Laptop and cellular phone – please note that we provide a laptop (rent to own)

Apply by sending your application to Sumeshni Bassdev: [email protected]

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QUESTION

The second draft amendments to Regulation 28 will allow retirement funds to allocate up to 45% of their assets to SA infrastructure, with a further 10% for rest of Africa; but the equity & offshore caps remain unchanged. What are your thoughts on the proposal?

ANSWER

Infrastructure? You mean cash returns with higher risk!?!
Infrastructure cap is way too high
Offshore limit still needs to be raised
Who cares… Reg 28 does not apply to discretionary savings
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