BLIL Mentors Affluent Clients On Offshore Product

Botswana Life offices PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO
Botswana Life offices PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO

The country’s biggest life insurer, Botswana Life Insurance Limited (BLIL) recently engaged its affluent clients at an exclusive workshop.

The segment was tutored on BLIL International Investment Product, which offers them an opportunity to access and manage their investment.

The group was mentored on how to manage the self-administered platform.  Sanlam Global Marketing Head and Artificial Intelligence manager, Gavin Meiring led the session.

Launched in November last year, the BLIL International Investment Product is designed to assist Affluent Clients access Offshore Investments through Sanlam Global Investment Solutions.

As it continues to gain traction, the self-administered platform offers an array of investment options.

BLIL CEO, Ronald Samuels said they aim to empower their clients to have direct access to their investments.

“As a leading insurer, we remain passionate about creating platforms that benefit our clients and which go a long way in improving the lives of Batswana,” Samuels said.

“We also believe in transparency and empowering our clients to have direct access to their investments.

Through this investment offering, we are able to continue to provide our clients with unmatched financial security.”

The platform also allows the clients to view the transactions in their investment account over the internet.  Each investor is allocated a login name and access password that allows them to monitor and view their investments, which grants them full access to their account.

“The plan is offered as a single International Investment Product, giving Affluent clients access to their investment value at any time, and will be distributed through accredited agents, Wealth Managers and contracted brokers,” he said.

BLIL Executive Head of Brokers, Moletlanyi Tshosa added that they are determined to offer their clients solutions that cater for their specific needs.

He said the investment plan offers a wide range of options including a solution designed to help manage risk.

“We wanted to give our clients the opportunity to navigate through this platform and ask questions so they have a firm understanding and appreciation of how it works.”

With a firm belief in empowering the public with financial information to secure their futures, the effort comes not only from a sales perspective, but a financial inclusion one.

BLIL remains committed to empowering Batswana with the knowledge and tools to better their financial futures.

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