Minet is a trusted pan-African advisor that meets the uncertainties of tomorrow by delivering risk and human capital solutions today. As the largest Aon Global Network Correspondent, Minet has access to a network of over 50,000 colleagues in 120 countries as well as proprietary data, research and analytics which enable us to manage and secure the risks of tomorrow and provide clients with an unrivalled advantage.
Our journey started almost 70 years ago as JH Minet Company. In 1997 Aon, the leading global provider of risk management, human resource consulting and outsourcing, acquired the U.K. shareholder, London Minet, as part of their African expansion strategy. As a result, the company became Aon Minet, and subsequently Aon. In 2017 private equity firm Capitalworks acquired Aon’s shareholding in several African operations, alongside local shareholders including governments in many markets, which has created what is now Aon’s largest Global Network Correspondent.
VISION, MISSION & VALUES
VISION : Securing Africa’s Future
MISSION : To be Africa’s trusted risk advisor by delivering innovative and relevant risk and human capital solutions; growing sustainable partnerships and making a meaningful contribution to the communities we serve.
VALUES : Our values are at the HEART of our business. They are the principles that guide our engagements and relationships with customers, partners and shareholders.
We value being honest, transparent and reliable in all our relationships and expect the same of all our stakeholders.
We use global knowledge and local understanding to provide superior and locally relevant solutions.
We are flexible and efficient in responding to the needs of our clients, colleagues, partners and suppliers.
We recognise, appreciate and embrace diversity and the value of respecting different perspectives from all our stakeholders.
We believe that working together with colleagues, clients, partners and suppliers enhances our mutual success.
Antoinette van Wyk
Antoinette van Wyk is Managing Director at Minet Namibia. She previously held the position of Financial Manager at Aon Namibia, a company she joined back in 1996. Antoinette has over 25 years of experience in the insurance sector in Namibia. She serves on the Minet Exco board and is a Council member of the Namibia Insurance Broker Association as well as a Council member of the Insurance Institute of Namibia.
Business Unit Head: Claims
Melanie Lambert is Business Unit Head – Claims at Minet Namibia. Melanie has spent over 25 years of her working career in insurance and was appointed as Claims Manager in 2011. In 2017, her responsibilities were expanded to furthermore manage the Personal Lines Underwriting department.
Yolande Jansen van Vuuren
Business Unit Head: Sales
Yolande Jansen van Vuuren is Business Unit Head – Sales at Minet Namibia. Yolande has spent over 25 years of her working career in insurance and joined Minet in 2009. Her area of expertise is in Corporate, Niche, and Commercial Short-Term Insurance Business whereas she occasionally assists with Personal Insurance as well.
Elmarensia Jordaan is Account Manager at Minet Namibia. Elmarensia has spent over 15 years of her working career in insurance. Her area of expertise is in Construction, Transport, Renewable Energy, Real Estate, Retail, and Tourism insurance.
Helen Engelhardt is Office Manager at Minet Namibia. Helen has spent more than 30 years of her working career in the insurance industry. She was appointed in 2008 as the Personal Assistant to the Country Manager and assisted in the administration and related duties to reinsure clients on behalf of Willis Re in Namibia. In 2013, her responsibilities and duties changed to Human Resources and in 2015 she was promoted to Office Manager.
Bee-Jay Buys is Account Manager at Minet Namibia. Bee-Jay specializes in personal, commercial, agricultural, tourism, transport, and engineering insurance to mention a few, and has been in the short-term insurance industry for the past 16 years.
Minet is a proud and responsible corporate citizen founded on an ethical, accountable and respectful culture in all our business operations and relationships with internal and external stakeholders – including our staff, clients, partners, communities and regulatory authorities. We are committed to complying with the rule of law in all countries with which we are associated or do business.
All our operations, Boards of Directors, staff and partners are bound by a commitment to our Code of Business Conduct. At Minet, an unwavering ethical culture and practices are the foundation for building sustainable shareholder value.
The Minet Foundation was established to guarantee our commitment to Securing Africa’s Future by playing an active role in improving the lives of the people in the communities in which we operate. Our focus on education, health care and building sustainable communities is aimed at making a lasting and measurable impact in our world.