BIMA wins mobile insurance leader of the year award

BIMA wins mobile insurance leader of the year award

BIMA Ghana, a leading provider of mobile-delivered insurance and health services in emerging markets, has been recognized and awarded accordingly at the 4th Ghana Insurance Awards, 2021 held at Kempinski Hotel in Accra.

The global healthcare and insurance technology (insurtech) provider, emerged winner of the Mobile Insurance Leadership Award category for its simple and affordable life, accident and health insurance products provided via paperless system (mobile technology)

According to Xodus Communication, the organizers of the awards ceremony, the award is in recognition of BIMA’s commitment to building a stronger, more accessible insurance sector in Ghana, to enable all customers to access vital health and insurance services.

The award also recognized BIMA for having the best business practices in the sector, as they work with Microfinance Institutions (MFIs) to widen access to insurance amongst underserved communities.

Head of Field Sales, BIMA Ghana, Thomas Asampong, stated that management and staff of BIMA are extremely honoured to receive such an award as a token of appreciation from industry players and regulator for their contribution to the industry.

“Since when we launched in Ghana 11 years ago, we have served over 2. 4 million families. We’ve also provided quality medical advice, through our award winning BIMA Doctor service. This has proven even more valuable throughout the pandemic, when customers and their families have needed to stay home or may have been too scared to visit a hospital. Our simple services give families peace of mind at difficult times and a financial safety net when they need it,” he said.

He further reiterated that BIMA is committed to protecting Ghanaian families not just with mobile insurance but also with access to telemedicine.  “We are also excited for the future and establishing innovative partnerships that will enable us to provide more value back to our customers.” he added.


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