Global Re The international reinsurance company expects a 25% increase in turnover in 2023

DAR ES SALAAM, TANZANIA, October 21, 2022 / — Extensive research shows that leadership roles can be successfully filled by competitive types. Professor Joseph Semboja is a recognized leader in the field of development economics, with extensive research experience in the areas of growth and poverty reduction. He holds a BA and MA from the University of Dar es Salaam, MSc. and a doctorate. from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. He currently leads a leadership capacity building organization at the African Leadership Institute for Sustainable Development (UONGOZI Institute).

Professor Joseph Semboja served as Chairman of the Board of NMB Bank Tanzania from November 5, 2012 until his retirement in June 2020.

In the sub-Saharan region, he is widely known for his contribution to institutional development and the promotion of research and capacity for policy development and implementation. It has an extensive network of individuals and institutions operating in different environments, both nationally and internationally.

Global Re is an international reinsurance company with share capital of USD 394,522,372, which has reinsurance treaties with the world’s top 10 reinsurers. Prof. Joseph Semboja being the Chairman of Global Re, Actuarial services are provided by Le Muhanna & Co Actuaries & Consultants, one of the world-class actuarial firms serving the MENA region and East Africa. Has been since 1986.

Professor Semboja presented good information on the company’s expectations for the next year, with a focus on increasing turnover by up to 25%. The objective in the next 5 years is to increase our presence on the African and Asian markets.

When looking to leave a significant mark in the industry, you must be prepared to take action in order to achieve the desired results. It takes courage and confidence to constantly improve. “Adjusting along the way” is the key to success.

Andre Anderson
Euronewspress JSC
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