SIC Donates to STU

SIC Donates to STU

The State Insurance Company (SIC) has presented a cheque for GH¢ 24,000.00 to the Sunyani Technical University to cover the cost of the furniture at the university’s main auditorium.

The gesture, which forms part of SIC’s corporate social responsibility, would go a long way to deepen the relationship between the two institutions.

The Area Manager of SIC in-charge of the Northern Sector, Mrs. Adwoa Asenso-Gyambibi, who presented the cheque on behalf of the company pledged the continued support to STU in carrying out its mandate to provide technical and vocational education to people.

For his part, the Vice-Chancellor of STU, Prof. Kwadwo Adinkrah-Appiah, on behalf of the University thanked SIC for their kind gesture and expressed the hope that this would further enhance the relations between STU and SIC.

He also called on other corporate bodies to follow the footsteps of SIC.

All protocols highly observed
VC STU, SIC Donates to STUArea Manager SIC, SIC Donates to STU
The Registrar STU, SIC Donates to STUThe Directer of Finance STU, SIC Donates to STU

Also present at the presentation ceremony were the Pro-Vice Chancellor of STU, Dr. Justice Solomon Korantwi-Barimah; the Registrar, Mr. Samuel Ankama Obour; the Regional Manager of SIC, Madam Mercy Danquah and Clement Appiagyei, the Marketing Manager of the Sunyani Office of SIC.

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About SIC Insurance Company Limited

SIC Insurance Company Limited is one of the oldest non-life insurance companies in Ghana. It traces its roots to the year 1955, when the Gold Coast Insurance Company was established. It was renamed Ghana Insurance Company in 1957, when Ghana attained independence. In 1960, Ghana Insurance Company which was primarily a life assurance company, set up a subsidiary company – Ghana General Insurance Company (Ghana General) to underwrite fire and motor businesses.

The Government of Ghana in February 1962, per an Executive Instrument, took over the Ghana Cooperative Insurance Company and reconstituted it into the State Insurance Corporation to await the completion of takeover negotiations with Ghana Insurance Company and its subsidiary Ghana General. Subsequently after a successful takeover of the two private companies – Ghana Insurance and Ghana General – the new company, State Insurance Corporation, commenced business in November, 1962.

In 1995, State Insurance Corporation was converted into a public limited liability company as part of the Government of Ghana’s divestiture programme. The company became known as State Insurance Company of Ghana Limited with the Government of Ghana as the sole shareholder. The State Insurance Company of Ghana Ltd. took over all the business assets and liabilities of the State Insurance Corporation of Ghana. By a special resolution passed on 22nd October, 2007 the name of the Company was changed to SIC Insurance Company Limited.

In accordance with the provisions of the current insurance legislation, the Insurance Act, 2006, SIC has duly separated its general business from the life business with the incorporation of SIC Life Limited. By a special resolution, SIC transferred the life business and assets to SIC Life Limited and in consideration of that 80,000,000 ordinary shares were issued to the GoG.

SIC is a leading provider of general or non-life insurance products in Ghana. Its business operations cover fire, motor, marine and aviation, and accident insurance. SIC also provides specialty insurance products such as hoteliers and leisure policy, a policy for the hospitality industry. With roots dating back to 1955, the Company has been operating for more than 52 years and has developed long-standing relationships with insurance brokerage firms and some independent agents, who constitute some of its primary distribution channels.

SIC’s business is national in scope with a visible presence in all ten regions of Ghana. The Company has consistently, over the span of its business life, maintained steady market leadership.

Source: SIC