Fidelity partners with Auto & General Insurance

Issue 7 2020 News

Fidelity Services Group in partnership with Auto & General Insurance has launched Fidelity InSure, a comprehensive vehicle, home, and building insurance offering to complement and support the Group’s existing suite of services.

Wahl Bartmann, CEO of Fidelity Services Group says, “Our partnership with Auto & General Insurance allows the group to further enhance our customer value proposition by creating a holistic and full-spectrum service offering which encompasses home, work and vehicle security, which now includes insurance to offer further peace of mind.”

Wahl Bartmann.

Bartmann confirmed the partnership with Auto & General Insurance will provide residential and larger commercial customers with the opportunity to consolidate their services from multiple suppliers under one comprehensive banner through the Fidelity Services Group of companies. “At a time when many South Africans are struggling financially, this could prove to be an appealing offering,” he says.

The Fidelity InSure offering will be automatically available to all current and future Fidelity Services Group customers and subsidiary company customers at competitive monthly rates. “Our teams will tailor complete customised insurance packages to each customer’s individual requirements or the offering can be acquired as a stand-alone product offering.”

Ricardo Coetzee, head of Auto & General Insurance says that he is excited to embark on this journey with Fidelity Services Group. “Both Auto & General and Fidelity share a focus on reliability and innovation and our combined experience will ensure certainty in a world filled with change.”

“The idea is to provide customers with a complete one-stop-shop range of products from home security to insurance. The group also offers a wider integrated portfolio that includes vehicle tracking, cash in transit, guarding, fire solutions, retail and commercial, cash management and other specialised services,” concludes Bartmann.


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