Strategic Position: Over 40 NCRIB Delegates to 2023BIBA Conf, UK

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L-R:  A Past President of the Nigerian Council of Registered Insurance Brokers, Prince (Dr) Feyisayo Soyewo; Past President, NCRIB, High Chief Prosper Okpue; Vice President, NCRIB, Mrs. Ekeoma Ezeibe; Deputy President, Mr. Tunde Oguntade; Past President, NCRIB, Mr. Shola Tinubu and the Executive Secretary/CEO, Mr. Tope Adaramola at the 2023 British Insurance Brokers Association (BIBA) Conference held in Manchester, United Kingdom.
Over 40 Nigerian Delegates drawn from Insurance Companies and Insurance Brokers under the aegis of the Nigerian Council of Registered Insurance Brokers (NCRIB) are in attendance in ongoing the 2023 British Insurance Brokers Conference (BIBA), held in Manchester City, United Kingdom. 
According to the statement sent to The Ameh News (TAN) disclosed that In recognition of the pivotal participation of the Nigerian Insurance Industry in the yearly International Conference, where over 7,000 Insurance Practitioners from all over the world gather for exchange of ideas and business opportunities, a conspicuous recognition was given to the Nigerian delegates.
Further more the statement added that In making good of its promise to the Council in 2022, when the NCRIB President, Mr. Rotimi Edu, mni, led his team to visit Mr. Steve White, Chief Executive, British Insurance Brokers Association, a Nigerian Insurance Brokers and a Past President of the Council, Mr. Prosper Okpue was invited as one of the panelists to discuss on “International Insurance Trend” where delegates learnt more about the common issues facing the international insurance market and gained a better appreciation for the various supra-national regulatory bodies and how they influence global insurance trade.
2023 British Insurance Brokers Conference (BIBA), in Manchester City, United Kingdom.  is about how brokers and insurers can work together to improve service for the customer in a challenging environment.
“Rising to the Challenge’ announced as the theme of The BIBA Conference 2023”
The conference timing is really interesting, given the incoming Consumer Duty rules forcing insurance orgs to make sure that customers’ interests are protected, plus the fact that brokers will need to be more focused on which insurers they select in future terms of service quality says lead speaker.

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