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Burkina Faso: the AssurLand Africa group and the Vincent & Associés firm in exclusive negotiations

It’s official. AssurLand Africa is about to take over the activities of Vincent & Associés. For Nicolas Fakhry, CEO of the AssurLand Africa group declares, “This resumption of the activities of Cabinet Vincent & Associés will allow AssurLand to consolidate its presence in West Africa”.

Cabinet Vincent et Associés has been present in Burkina Faso for over fifteen years. “We are proud to have brought our know-how to the Burkinabé Insurance Market and we thank all our clients for the trust they have placed in us. We are convinced that, now supported by the Assurland Africa group, whose reputation for seriousness is well established, the future looks bright for the clients of the company Vincent et associés”, Specifies Cendrine Vincent, Chairman and CEO of Cabinet Vincent et Associés.
The transaction is expected to close by November 2020.
As a reminder, the company Vincent et associés has been present in Burkina Faso since 2004. It was created at the initiative of Cendrine Vincent, a recognized insurance professional after a personal career in the largest insurance companies mainly in South Africa. ‘Where is. Fully aware that the evolution of insurance now requires an even greater pooling of skills and networks, the company Vincent et associés has made the choice of an evolution by initiating a partnership with the ASURLAND AFRIKA group and its manager Nicolas FAKHRY which presents the same values ​​and the same dynamism.

For its part, Assurland Africa, founded in Mali in 2006 by Nicolas Fakhry, is a pan-African leader in the insurance sector offering brokerage services. Established in Côte d’Ivoire, Senegal, Mali, and Angola, the group is currently expanding across the African continent to meet growing demand from businesses and individuals for insurance products on measured.

The AssurLand Africa group and the Cabinet Vincent & Associés announce that they have entered into exclusive negotiations for a transfer of 100% of the capital of the cabinet Vincent.

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