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Guardian Life etched in excellence

Tuesday Social

Tuesday, March 12, 2019

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Since 1999 Guardian Life Limited has been providing personal financial and insurance services to Jamaicans. The company has earned a reputation among the leading financial institutions in the Caribbean, has built a loyal following and produced a number of stellar top performers. Last Saturday at the Sunken Gardens at Hope Gardens close to 250 of the company's team members gathered to attend the company's 19th annual awards ceremony.

 

With the theme of Etched In Excellence: the Journey Continues, team members from across the island cheered on each other and company supporters as over 270 awards were handed out. In his address company president Eric Hosin highlighted that 2018 was a record year for the company with a consolidated net profit of $6.9 billion dollars — the highest in the company's 20-year history. In his address, Hosin noted that Guardian Life's financial success can be attributed to its focus on service excellence and customer retention, local and international strategic partnerships and its hard-working and dedicated team members.

 

Tuesday Social shares highlights of Saturday's awards ceremony.


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