Sagicor launches new website

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Regional financial institution Sagicor has launched a newly redesigned website, www.sagicor.com.

The new website brings together the Sagicor family of companies, which comprises 19 locations in the Caribbean, Central America and the United States. The revamped website encompasses all of Sagicor offices – including Sagicor Financial Corporation Limited, Sagicor Life Inc, Sagicor Group Jamaica Limited, Sagicor Life USA and Sagicor General Insurance Inc.

“We are excited about our new website launch and the robust information it provides for customers, investors, partners and media to better understand Sagicor’s financial solutions,” said Ingrid Card, Sagicor Financial Corporation’s Vice President, Group Marketing, Communications & Brand Experience.

“We believe that this new site will allow our visitors to have a very informative experience as we continue to grow and increase our market presence, services and products. They will be able to enjoy a better user experience with personalised, geo-targeted content and they will get faster assistance with our new live chat and other online support tools which they can access on any device.”

Card added, “Sagicor’s solutions provide significant financial and insurance benefits to our clients. Our team of professionals will be able to provide easy to understand solutions that contribute significant to double bottom line (financial and social) benefits for our clients with the assistance of our new website, which will have everything they need in one place – quick, easy, simple.”

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