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Power union decision from OMNI Insurance

OMNİ Sigorta, one of the leading insurance companies in the Turkish maritime sector, and GTG Sigorta decided to join forces in brokerage services.

Power union decision from OMNI Insurance

OMNİ Sigorta, one of the leading insurance companies in the Turkish maritime sector, and GTG Sigorta decided to join forces in brokerage services.

Power union decision from OMNI Insurance
28 February 2020 - 14:09

OMNİ Sigorta, one of the leading insurance companies in the Turkish maritime sector, and GTG Sigorta decided to join forces in brokerage services.

"Dear Clients , Business Partners and  Friends,

With effect from 30th January,2020 two major leading brokers in Turkey Omni and GTG have decided to join their professional experience and forces. With their client oriented business attitude both in Turkey and nearby countries, both Omni Sigorta ve Reasürans Brokerlik Hizmetleri Ltd. Sti. and GTG Sigorta ve Reasürans Brokerliği A.Ş. have managed to become the leading marine insurance brokers and gained the trust of both their clients and the insurers around the World.

As a result of this process, two firms have entered into a strategic partnership. This partnership process will not change either Omni or GTG brand, team or working principles in any way. The only intention of this strategic partnership is to adapt to the globalization trend in the world, widen the domestic and foreign portfolio, become stronger in the insurance markets in order to serve the clients even more reliably and effectively.

We are proud to announce this merger which we believe will add even more value to our sector and esteemed clients and insurers. With the principle of strengthening its local and foreign portfolio and pushing the boundaries in terms of policy choosing/claims handling in all branches of marine insurances, we feel the necessity of thanking all of our clients and business partners for their ongoing trust and support which we believe will continue in the future."

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