SADC Correspondent | Oct 30, 2018 | 0
Old mutual brings financial services and product offerings to the Katutura community
Financial services firm, Old Mutual, this week officially opened a new Branch in Katutura Central Constituency at the Black Chain Shopping Centre.
The presence of an Old Mutual branch in the centre of Katutura is geared by the company’s Responsible Business philosophy, which is to bring financial services and product offerings within reach of existing and potential new Customers in the vicinity.
The new branch adds to the 24 existing branches across all regions in the country as a means to make it easy for its customers to engage with.
The company announced that there are 25 highly skilled staff members at the branch including the Branch Manager, Waltrud Saayman, who is has been an employee of Old Mutual the past 13 years.
The Branch offers the full range of Old Mutual products and services and is geared to provide the following services; Client Service Centre, Sales Advisors and Financial Consultants who will assist potential and existing clients with service offerings.
“The presence of an Old Mutual branch in the centre of Katutura, therefore stems from our deep commitment and sense of business responsibility to bring our financial services and product offerings closer to our existing and potential new customers. With our positive track record and many years’ experience in the financial sector, we are committed to remain our customers’ most trusted financial partner, and helping them remain focussed on their lifetime goals, even through tough economic times,” Kosmas Egumbo, Old Mutual Group CEO, said during the official opening ceremony.
Also speaking at the ceremony, Muesee Kazapua, Mayor of Windhoek applauded the company for taking their services closer to the people.
“I am pleased to note that Old Mutual is not only a leader in the financial industry, but a strong proponent of financial inclusion, particularly the financial literacy, being one of the founding partner of the nationwide Financial Literacy Initiative driven by the Ministry,” Kazapua added.
Caption: Muesee Kazapua, Mayor of the City of Windhoek and Old Mutual Group CEO, Kosmas Egumbo, at the official launch of the Old Mutual Katutura Branch in Windhoek.