26 November 2012

Angola: Insurance Company Opens Branch in Malanje

Malanje — The Insurance company of AAA inaugurated on Friday new branch in the northern Malanje province, under the expansion of its services.

The infrastructure was unveiled by the provincial governor of Malanje, Norberto dos Santos "Kwata Kanawa".

The counter comprises areas of accidents, finance, accounting and computing, as well as it generated new direct jobs.

On the occasion, the governor said that the referred branch in Malanje province will certainly contribute to the achievement of the outlined goals by the Angolan Executive, relatively to the insurance services.

He said that the insurance services play an important in economic and social domain, acting as a source of balance and tranquility for its beneficiaries and thus guarantee the insurance of eventual accidents of the future.

On his turn, the CEO of AAA, Carlos de São Vicente said that the expansion of the company's services throughout the country aims to guarantee a greater proximity of the insured and clients that need financial services to manage its risks.

AAA insurance company provides insurance services of health, life, car, labour accident, travel, funeral, company multi-risks, housing multi-risk, loss of profit and breakdown of machineries, among others.

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