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Mutual stays No 1

Mutual stays No 1

Old Mutual Namibia again came out the Number One contender in the financial services sector in a local survey done by international brand equity consultants, Millward & Brown.
Old Mutual made the announcement earlier this week after Millward & Brown presented them in June with the most recent survey results, “The global market research company Millward & Brown conducted field research during February and March of 2016 and presented their finding to Old Mutual Namibia in June 2016” the long-term insurer said in a statement.Millward & Brown is based in the UK, styling itself as “a leading global research agency specializing in advertising effectiveness, strategic communication, media and brand equity research. Millward Brown helps clients grow great brands through comprehensive research-based qualitative and quantitative solutions.” It operates in 55 countries and is part of the Kantar Group.“Old Mutual Namibia wishes to thank our valued customers for making us their number one brand for the second consecutive year. We remain steadfast to our values of accountability, integrity, respect and pushing beyond boundaries, which allows us to aspire to continuously improve our product offering to remain relevant, improve our service delivery to align to the changing needs of customers and ultimately ensure we give our customers peace of mind that their financial future is secure with us” stated Old Mutual Namibia.

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