Angola’s National Insurance Company launches insurance for import goods

16 April 2014

The National Insurance Company of Angola (ENSA) plans to add import good insurance to its product portfolio this year, the company’s president announced on Monday in Luanda.

During a gathering to mark the company’s 36th anniversary, Manuel Gonçalves said ENSA aimed to guarantee the quality of the products it commercialises and distributes, whose number and premiums have risen in the last few years.

“ENSA has always led the domestic market. We have a strategic outlook aiming to maintain good dynamics to continue improving our products on the national market,” he said, cited by the Angop news agency.

Gonçalves added that the company has a strategic plan up to 2017 which envisages launching new products and augmenting its share of the Angolan insurance market.

ENSA was founded on 18 February 1978 and began operations on 15 April of that same year. It currently counts 34 branch offices nationwide. (macauhub/AO)