Activa Wins Insurance Company Of Year Award

Theo Nii Adjei Oninku, Corporate Accountant (middle) receiving an award on behalf of Activa

Activa International Insurance Company Ghana Limited (AIIG) has been adjudged the Insurance Company of the Year at the Ghana Accountancy and Finance Awards 2017.

The award was received by Theo Nii Adjei Oninku, Corporate Accountant at Activa International Insurance Ghana.

Managing Director of Activa Insurance, Solomon Lartey, expressed appreciation to the awarding board for the recognition given to his company.

Mr Lartey said Activa’s strength lay in its human resource base, adding that the company had employed young talented, skilled and well exposed professionals who handled various aspects of its operations.

“We also place a lot of emphasis in human resource development and this has positioned us in such a way as to be able to represent and service some of the world’s top insurance brands in Ghana.

It would be recalled that Activa’s Regional Chief Finance Officer, Genevieve Tachie, recently received the Accounting Personality of the Year 2015 Award organized by the National Women in Finance.

Activa International is the foremost insurer of Corporate Ghana, providing insurance solutions in over 48 African countries through its Globus Network.

Apart from Insurance Company of the Year, Activa was also nominated for Accounts and Finance Team of the Year – Insurance at this year’s Ghana Accountancy and Finance Awards, which took place at the Movenpick Ambassador Hotel in Accra.

Nominees for the Ghana Accountancy and Finance Awards 2017 were vetted by a technically competent committee made up of industry consultants from the National Pensions Regulatory Authority (NPRA), Association of Certified Chartered Accountants (ACCA) and the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA).

Activa Insurance also hosted over 46 countries in Ghana to mark the 10th Anniversary Celebration of the Globus Network.

Vice Chairman of Activa Ghana Board, Stephen Kyerematen, commented that the Globus Network had provided insurance solutions in 48 out of the 54 countries in Africa.

The seminar, which was held at the Swiss Spirit Alisa Hotel and crowned with a dinner dance at the Tang Palace in Accra, was attended by bigwigs in the global insurance arena.

There were participants from Europe, the United States, China and all over Africa.

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