Date posted: Feb 19, 2016
The highly anticipated second season of The Insurance Apprentice, the reality show presented by FAnews, kicked off this morning with profiles of the eight finalists. Among the eight are two Hollardites – Celina Bhima and Karabo Kopeka – who, like their fellow contestants, lay out exactly why they should be the next Insurance Apprentice.
Date posted: Feb 18, 2016
As Hollard’s latest TV advert suggests, accidents can happen and it can be costly to gain back all a business stands to lose. My risk & more™ is Hollard Broker Markets’ innovative new programme to prevent risk, also available as an app, that has been created for corporate and commercial clients.
Date posted: Feb 17, 2016
Hollard has cemented its position in West Africa, with the renaming of the Metropolitan Insurance Company (MET) in Ghana, to Hollard Insurance Ghana Limited. Hollard acquired a majority stake in MET in January 2015.
Date posted: Feb 15, 2016
The buzz around the forthcoming Hollard-sponsored Daredevil Run 2016 is growing, with men clad only in purple Speedos popping up everywhere – such as at the Nando’s head office in Johannesburg.
Date posted: Feb 11, 2016
Brush up on your knowledge about pregnancy products this National Pregnancy Week (10-16 February 2015)
Season two of The Insurance Apprentice is almost here, and two of the top eight apprentices are Hollardites!
If you don’t already, here’s something you really need to know about Hollard: we are serious about what we do, but not about ourselves.
Finding a gap in the diaries of Hollard Broker Markets’ (HBM) joint MDs, Pierre Geyer and Nash Omar, should be harder than hunting for the proverbial needle in a haystack. However, accessibility to their partners and clients is a core commitment, so 42 had no trouble snagging an interview to discuss the outlook for the short-term insurance industry in 2016.
February is the month of love – of moonlight and roses – but what is it all about and how does it relate to Hollard and the brokers we work with?
We all understand that water is essential for life. We also know that there are communities in South Africa that are buckling under the worst drought in two decades.