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Allianz Insurance Best in Cameroon in 2013

Allianz Insurance Best in Cameroon in 2013
  • Comments   -   Thursday, 17 October 2013 11:41

(Business in Cameroon) - According to the classification of insurance companies in Africa by Jeune Afrique in its latest publication, Allianz Assurances is the best in Cameroon in 2013. The insurance company is classed 70th in Africa.

It is followed by Société africaine d’assurances et de réassurances on the 84th spot and Axa assurances Cameroun on the 97th position.

Information garnered on the website of Allianz Assurances indicates that it had some 300,000 customers in 2012 and made a business turnover of 23.8 billion CFA francs. Cameroon currently counts 24 insurance companies.

 

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