INTERVIEW | Sanlam prepared for 'at least' two more Covid-19 waves - CEO

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Sanlam CEO Paul Hanratty says he expects several Covid-19 infection waves in SA this year and estimates that Sanlam's excess death claims could be 2-3 times more than in 2020.
Photo: Supplied by Sanlam Group
Sanlam CEO Paul Hanratty says he expects several Covid-19 infection waves in SA this year and estimates that Sanlam's excess death claims could be 2-3 times more than in 2020. Photo: Supplied by Sanlam Group

Sanlam CEO Paul Hanratty says he was planning for at least two more Covid-19 infection waves in 2021. The country's largest life insurer said during its annual results presentation on Thursday that it had already recorded excess death claims of R531 million in 2020.

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