FBNInsurance posts N19.6b gross premium written

FBNInsurance has released its financial report for the year ended December 31, 2017, as approved by the National Insurance Commission (NAICOM).

The company’s Profit Before Tax (PBT) grew by 37 per cent from N3.11 billion in 2016 to N4.26 billion in 2017, while the gross premium written grew from N9.9 billion in 2016 to N19.6 billion in 2017, a massive 98 per cent increase.

While commenting on the financial statement, the Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer, FBNInsurance, Val Ojumah, credited the strong performance to a combination of factors.

These include the continued penetration of the retail insurance space, strong cost optimisation culture, consistent and efficient service delivery across available touch point, exploitation of new service channels, disciplined risk management, and a well-motivated-staff.

“Our overall performance once again reinforces our strong earning capacity and robust capital base which have put us in better stead to accommodate and sustain future growth.

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Chairman, FBN Holdings Plc, Dr. Oba Otudeko

Our Return on Equity (RoE) rose to 34 percent (up from 29 percent, 2016) and achieved a post-tax Return on Assets (RoA) of six percent,” he said.

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It would be recalled that FBNInsurance was last year, recognised for the third time in four years, as the Best Life Insurer in Nigeria by World Finance, while Sanlam Emerging Markets (SEM) awarded it the prestigious Nations Cup for a glowing performance all round amongst SEM companies.

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At the home front, the beat association of Insurance journalists, National Association of Insurance and Pension Correspondents (NAIPCO), awarded the company as the fastest growing insurance company in Nigeria.


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