Given the lifelong nature of the policies they often require, explains Hendrik Boelens, working with IGOs is a wonderful opportunity for insurers to form a true partnership with their clients
Intergovernmental Organisations (IGOs) have been shaping our nations for the past 60 years. From the United Nations (UN) to the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) to the World Bank, these bodies are central to the geopolitical landscape of 2017, and play a crucial role in tackling global issues such as poverty, democracy, peace and security. Like any business, IGOs rely on their staff to deliver their services and drive their organisation forward. They, in turn, are required to provide...
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