South African families are restructuring their household finances to cater for the extended period of low macro-economic growth, and rising input costs in key cost areas like food, petrol, transport and energy. As the economy continues to
Gap Cover - the smart choice in tough economic times 19 October 2017 Tony Singleton, CEO of Turnberry Management Risk Solutions Tony Singleton, CEO of Turnberry Management Risk Solutions South African families are restructuring their household finances to cater
It is with great pleasure that I share the latest development in Turnberry’s future with you. In 2015 we embarked on a process of due diligence as we worked towards establishing our new partnership with Lombard Insurance Company Limited, who are now responsible for our underwriting requirements.
Given the high international currency exchange rates, it is imperative to ensure that your clients are fully covered for any eventuality that may happen to them or their loved ones, while abroad,” says Turnberry CEO, Tony Singleton.
It is with great pleasure that this latest development in Turnberry’s future is shared with you. In 2015 Turnberry and Lombard Insurance Company Limited embarked on a process of due diligence as they worked towards establishing their new partnership, the outcome of which has resulted in Turnberry moving to Lombard as its short term risk carrier.
Turnberry and Lombard Insurance Company Limited embarked on a new and exciting journey.
Turnberry to operate as the Underwriting Management Agency (UMA) for medical Gap insurance for Lombard Insurance Company.
In 2015 Turnberry and Lombard Insurance Company Limited embarked on a new and exciting journey.
Turnberry has announced that Lombard is their new short-term risk carrier.
“We are proud to partner with Lombard Insurance and are confident that this relationship will result in a great many benefits for Turnberry, Lombard, our policyholders and our broker partners,” says Tony Singleton, CEO of Turnberry.
Medical aid schemes are controversial monthly insurance expenses, from the government berating that the most of South Africa’s medical fraternity are ensconced in private practice and providing services to a privileged minority to the percentage that those payments consume of members’ disposable income and what they receive in return.
It is becoming increasingly apparent that a gap is growing between what medical aid providers cover for certain in-hospital procedures and the actual cost of these procedures and associated expenses.