Niger Insurance Plc was established in August 1962 as a specialist Life Company under the name Yorkshire Insurance Company. As a publicly quoted composite Insurance Company, it presently operates with an asset base in excess of N21 billion and a fully paid-up share capital of N3, 868,307,000.
Niger Insurance Plc is fully computerized with the most advanced software technology. The computer network is capable of expansion and upgrading to meet with present and future increases in the volume of business.
The Company has also put in place sound reinsurance treaties with local and foreign first class Reinsurance Companies led by Swiss RE. These comprehensive securities ensure financial stability and exude confidence in its service to both present and prospective customers.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Stephen Dike - Chairman
Edwin Igbiti - Managing Director
Lawal Mijinyawa - Executive Director
Oluwafemi Owopetu - Director
Ebi Enaholo - Director
Kester Enwereonu – Director
2004 - Social responsibility awards;
2003-west African insurance institute
2003 – United African insurance Brokers limited
2004 – Nigerian council of registered insurance brokers
2005 – Nigerian council of registered insurance brokers
2007 – British – West African forum for trade and business partnership
2007 – Cooperate press services incorporated
2008 – Social responsibility awards;
Niger Insurance Plaza 48/50 Odunlami Street
Phone: 08133244981, 08136053520, and 08029757273
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