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AAR Insurance appoints Caroline Munene new Managing Director

By Standard Reporter | Jan 23rd 2015 | 1 min read
By Standard Reporter | January 23rd 2015

NAIROBI, KENYA: AAR Insurance has announced the appointment of Ms Caroline Munene as the Managing Director, effective January 1, 2015.

Based at their Head Office at George Williamson House, Ms. Munene will oversee positioning of the company as a leader in the medical insurance category.

AAR Insurance will focus on offering their customers a cocktail of products that concentrate on insurance for individual.

“Caroline’s success in growing the insurance arm after AAR evolved into two independent companies – AAR Healthcare and AAR insurance, coupled with over 20 years experience in the insurance industry gives her a critical advantage in understanding the changing ways consumers interact with insurance products.” said Geoffrey Nzau, Group CEO, AAR Insurance.

“Her experience will grow AAR in the market and leverage the business relationships in the industry.”

Until her appointment, Caroline held the position of General Manager, AAR Insurance Kenya.

Caroline is pursuing her PHD at the University of Nairobi which is also her alma mater having graduated with a bachelor’s of commerce – insurance option and an MBA – Marketing option.

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