Slim Hfaiedh, representative of the Tunisian company specializing in insurance consulting and brokerage, AON Tunisia, signed a partnership agreement with Edmond Dossou Bossou, CEO of NSIA Assurances, in the presence of CEPEX CEO, Aziza Htira and the deputy sales manager of Tunisair.
In a brief statement to AfricanManager, Edmon Dossou Bossou said he signed “a Win-Win partnership with” Aon Tunis”, with a fruitful business exchange, insurance and reinsurance premiums”.
More precisely, Slim Hfaiedh said that “this agreement will bring foreign currency to Tunisia.
There are several risks here that Beninese insurance companies are not able to insure on their own and therefore require reinsurance and this is our role through reinsurance placement actions, whether voluntary or processed.
We also provide assistance and training in insurance and reinsurance. With the new Tunis-Cotonou direct flight, it becomes possible to move in both directions for the purposes of this training.
The agreement will also focus on international medical insurance, notably through the Beninese social security fund, which will also be upgraded through the skills we have in Tunis in actuarial matters. “
Hfaiedh’s optimism about the prospects of this new partnership with the Ivorian branch of NSIA, which also operates in Benin, is mainly due to the opportunities offered by the insurance of port activities and related services.
These include road transport, the railway project that will be launched in this country, the 1400 kilometers of planned highways or the drinking water project that the Beninese authorities would like to launch, as well as in energy, all projects that will require insurance and reinsurance.
Through its agreement with one of the Big Africans in insurance, AON Tunis is in the front line to draw benefits.