Prestige Insurance Brokers Ltd has over the years been able to firmly entrench itself and catch a nitch for itself in the Nigerian Insurance Industry and it is today recognized as one of the most credible and respected frontline brokers. Our watchword in the practice of insurance broking has always been diligence and integrity, keeping strictly to established professional and ethical rules. We have participated actively in major insurance schemes in Nigeria, both private and government insurance portfolios.

  • Oil & Gas
  • Aviation & Space
  • Marine Haulage & Cargo
  • Life Assurance
  • Personal Accident
  • Professional Indemnity & Product Liability
  • Automobile Insurance
  • Householders
  • Fire & special Perils
  • Burglary & House Breaking
  • Electronics & Computer All Risk
  • Construction & Engineering
  • Political Risk
  • General 3rd Party Liability
  • General Accident Insurance
  • Pension Scheme
  • Public Liability
  • Goods in Transit
  • Consensual loss/Loss of profit

Claim Services

The acid test if an insurance contract is prompt, equitable and fair settlement of claims when they arise. At Prestige Insurance Brokers Ltd, we place efficient claim servicing at the top of our service commitments to our clients. Our claim department is staffed with highly focused, skilled and experienced insurance personnel with rapid response time to all claims to ensure speedy and equitable settlement.

Staff Training

At Prestige Insurance Brokers Ltd, we accept our staff as the greatest asset of the company. We therefore place high premium on continuous staff training and re-training. Well trained personnel no doubt will ensure provision of truly professional services. We embark on comprehensive program for our staffs both locally and internationally. We also ensure participation of our staff at important conferences, seminars and workshops at various levels both home and abroad.

Nigerian Insurance Market

The Nigerian Insurance market is relatively young, especially when compared to Europe & America. Nigeria, one of the earliest to receive baptism of insurance in West Africa, commenced modern insurance practice in 1920. The market has developed progressively since then. For example, its annual gross premium grew from N196million in 1962 to about N500billion in 2013. By size, it is 3rd largest in Africa trailing behind South Africa and Morocco.