Four Important Insurance Plans for Women

Harjot singh narula | March 8, 2018

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Women generally have a tendency to procrastinate when it comes to taking a financial decisions about their own self. They are so busy juggling home and office, they tend to forget themselves. But, it is imperative for them to sit down and give a deep thought about their own self. It is important for them to make financial arrangements considering the uncertainties of life. Life is unpredictable and that is where the role insurance comes into the picture.

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Headquartered in Mauritius and specializing in short-term and long-term insurance, as well as pension, mutual funds and stockbroking solutions. Operating Short-term insurance in Seychelles, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Rwanda (through the acquisition of Phoenix of East Africa in 2014). With more than 70 years’ experience in the insurance sector in Mauritius and over 100 years of experience in East Africa. Listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius (code MUA) since 1993. A team of 650 staff in Mauritius, the Seychelles and East Africa.

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