NFDA & Genlife agreement

The NFDA and Genlife Financial Services have signed an agreement whereby all members of the NFDA joining Genlife as from 1 July 2015 will in fact be contributing to the strengthening of their Association. Genlife has a sincere appreciation for the educating role (amongst others) the NFDA is playing within the funeral industry and would like to see the message of the NFDA advocated more rigorously. As a funeral group scheme administrator Genlife has invested heavily in processes that assist funeral directors in managing and growing their business. Funeral directors can now grow their business outside of their traditional operating area by making use of the Online Policy Application Facility that can be downloaded onto the website of all participating members. This is a complete online policy application function from quote stage to application stage. The development has been done in such a way that the online application is promoted as a facility offered by funeral directors to their clients and is not introduced as a Genlife function. The Genlife call centre is responsible to call all clients on behalf of the participating funeral director and the required voice logging process is completed by the call centre. Genlife is currently underwriting with Sanlam, Safrican, KGA and Metropolitan. Genlife is also assisting the NFDA in various other areas such as arranging golf days.

Genlife is a well-established Funeral Group Scheme Administrator and would appreciate an opportunity to provide members of the NFDA with a quotation for underwriting their business. Interested funeral directors can call the office at Pretoria 012 450 5581 or Lorraine at 082 338 3993.

Enquiries can be sent to admin@genlife.co.za – www.genlife.co.za. Their rates are extremely competitive and combined with their web based funeral administration software, excellent service and competent staff Genlife can offer you service beyond expectation.

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