On 24 September we celebrate Heritage Day. It’s a day when South Africans from all walks of life celebrate their culture and the diversity of their beliefs and traditions. Just as all South Africans have a proud heritage, so do we. Since 1941, we are the only mutual financial services company that’s exclusively dedicated to graduate professionals, including engineers, doctors, lawyers, accountants and many other professions.
We’re part of the PPS Group, which was founded as the Professional Provident Society of South Africa to offer a better financial protection system to dentists in the event of sickness or injury. It was so successful that the system was extended to cover other professions and eventualities. As a company we have since diversified our product bouquet to cater for the ever-changing requirements of the 21st Century graduate professional.
PPS Short-Term Insurance or PPS STI, was born out of the need to extend our heritage of dedicated service and appropriate solutions to graduate professionals looking to protect the assets they had worked so hard for. This rich heritage was bolstered by an equally rich and comprehensive bouquet of products such as Pro-Insure Car, Pro-Insure Home and Pro-Insure Business insurance solutions.
As a company that exclusively serves graduate professionals, we have flexible and customisable cover options that will suit your unique professional and personal needs. What sets us apart is that your cover is personal and prompt and offers professional exclusivity. In this tech age, we offer smart and bespoke products that are bolstered by a superior claims service designed to make your PPS STI experience pleasant. With comprehensive packages and more on offer, it’s little wonder that PPS STI is the pride of graduate professionals.
To get covered this Heritage Month, call 0860 777 784 or email@example.com. Contact us today and start creating a rich heritage that your future self will be proud of. PPS Short-Term Insurance is a licensed financial services provider (FSP Number 46274).