The Nigerian Council of Registered Insurance Brokers is in the throes of new phase of relationship with British Insurance Brokers Association (BIBA) with British counterpart assuring resurgence of support.
The President of the Council, Mr. Rotimi Edu (pictured), who is leading NCRIB in the current wave of collaboration and support of BIBA which was sealed during his visit to BIBA in London when the two bodies focused on increasing areas of collaboration in the light of unfolding challenges post by the post Covid-19 era.
Edu, who appreciated BIBA’s support over the years said that the NCRIB members would explore their expertise in strategic areas such as oil & gas, risk management and strategic leadership and translate the capacity gained to improve broking services in the Nigeria insurance market.
On the forth coming BIBA Conference, the NCRIB President, promised that the Council’s delegates venturing into the world insurance hub which Britain leads, would take advantage of the focus of the conference and back home put the Nigerian broking fraternity in the loop of gainers from the BIBA 2021 conference through knowledge and skill sharing.
Responding, the chief executive of BIBA, Mr. Steve White congratulated Mr. Edu for emerging as the President of the Council and reaffirmed BIBA’s readiness to share knowledge and data with the Council when and where necessary.
The President was joined by Hon Lanre Abraham Laoshe, a pioneer member of the House of Representatives, and now back to broking. He is a scion of international broking transaction and collaboration that streams through international insurance centres with London as his usual turf. He is the managing director at Leverage Insurance Brokers and Dr. (Mrs) Funmi Babington-Ashaye, managing director, Risk Analyst Insurance Brokers.