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Bao Viet Insurance expands distribution channels

Released at: 18:10, 15/12/2017

Bao Viet Insurance expands distribution channels

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Insurer signs agreements recently in diversifying distribution channels and other matters.

by My Van

The Bao Viet Insurance Corporation (Bao Viet Insurance) has signed many comprehensive cooperation agreements with domestic and foreign financial advisory and training organizations over the closing months of 2017 in order to diversify its distribution channels, improve the quality of its consultancy, and provide customers with a better experience when accessing and using its products and services.

At the Vietnam Logistics Forum 2017 on December 15, Bao Viet Insurance signed a strategic cooperation agreement with the Digital Novaon Group (Novaon), witnessed by Minister of Industry and Trade Tran Tuan Anh.

As a partner in the “1000 Pioneering Online Exporters” program, Bao Viet Insurance will use the cooperation agreement to provide the best insurance products to export enterprises at reasonable cost and with high security.

Exporters participating in the program will receive top-notch consultancy and training from Bao Viet Insurance and Novaon regarding online export and cargo insurance services through intensive training programs and industry seminars.

“Bao Viet Insurance is committed to working closely with this program, promoting the goal of developing Vietnam’s online export with the best training and consulting so that customers can be assured when exporting,” said Mr. Nguyen Quang Hung, Deputy General Director of Bao Viet Insurance.

Bao Viet has also signed cooperation agreements with large consulting and training organizations with modern technology and a team of professional consultants with long-term experience in the profession, such as consulting and training company LABO on November 2017 and GNC Trade Services Corporation just recently.

Bao Viet Insurance’s remarkable business results in the first nine months of 2017, with revenue growth of 22.9 per cent, stemmed from efforts in strengthening internal cooperation, promoting the cross-selling of products, improving customer service quality, expanding network operations, and product development.

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