Written on February 7, 2017
NICO Group dates Lilongwe Clients

NICO Group Companies in Malawi held a cocktail in Lilongwe on 17th February 2017 to interact with its clients.

The colorful event was graced by the Managing Director of NICO Holdings Limited Mr Vizenge Kumwenda and most executives from NICO business units.

Speaking at the event Mr Kumwenda expressed his gratitude to the clients present and prospective on the support that they give to NICO.

He encouraged the clients that the purpose of this event is to mingle and hear any feedback the clients may want to rely to NICO executives regarding our business.

A presentation was made on what NICO Group is by the Chief Investment Officer of NICO Asset Managers, Mr Emmanuel Chokani.

A cross section of clients’ views showed that they were so honored that NICO Group executives invited them to this event.

One guest remarked that this shows a good gesture that NICO Group values the business relationship they have and that they will continue to support NICO businesses.

NICO Group Companies executives present included those from NICO Holdings, NICO General, NICO Life, NICO Asset Managers, NICO Technologies and NBS Bank.

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