Nexus Financial eyes Bahraini talent
Manama, April 11, 2012
Nexus Financial Services, the Bahrain arm of one of Middle East's largest independent insurance brokers, is leading a recruitment drive to attract Bahrainis and young graduates keen to make a mark in the financial services sector.
The initiative is set to not only inspire individual success and career development, but also serve as an empathetic platform to extend a suite of much-needed insurance-based investment products such as retirement funding and education fee planning across the kingdom.
Bahrainis tend to seek advice from banks and stand-alone insurance providers, often resulting in solutions that are not tailor-made for their individual needs.
"Bahrain is a significant market for Nexus," said Nexus regional sales director Emanuel Lantzos.
"So we are delighted to step up our operations here and employ qualified local advisers that can fuel our continued growth," he noted.
"We are determined to stand out from the crowd by recruiting the very best Bahraini talent that can add invaluable skills to our organisation and help us gain traction in relatively untapped markets," Lantzos added.
According to him, Nexus Group was on a distinct upward curve. "Last year its general insurance business grew by 11 per cent and life and savings by a healthy 20 per cent," he stated.
Highlighting some of the key drivers behind the impressive growth, Nexus Group chief executive Mahmoud Nodjoumi said the company intended to implement a host of new and valuable client propositions, including further developments in employee benefits and health insurance through authorised products developed by regulated providers.
"Bahrain is central to Nexus' ambitions and I am certain that much of our forward momentum will be down to the talent and ambition of our burgeoning Bahraini workforce," he said.-TradeArabia News Service
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