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Laura Moxter Morales

Laura works on A2ii-IAIS Supervisory and Public Dialogues, has a thematic focus on remittances, and provides support to on-going A2ii projects, trainings, and events.  

Her background is in academic research on migration and remittances. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Anthropology by the Autonomous University of Madrid and a master’s degree in Latin American Studies at the Freie University of Berlin. She is fluent in English, Spanish and German.

Adequate insurance can provide stability when unexpected shocks occur. This can be vital to those in the most vulnerable situations, which is why I believe it is a crucial tool for reducing poverty and achieving development goals, and why I want to contribute to the process of making insurance accessible and inclusive.

Blog Posts from Laura Moxter Morales

28.11.2022 | Laura Moxter Morales | Migrants, Remittances

Challenges and supervisory demands in facilitating migrant insurance

The International Organisation for Migration estimated that 281 million people, almost four per cent of the world’s population, were living outside their home countries in 2020.  The World Bank calculates that in 2021, $773 billion were sent as remittances, although this number is estimated to be much higher if informal remittances were taken into account. 
19.08.2022 | Manoj Pandey, Laura Moxter Morales | Artificial intelligence, Ethics, Governance, InsurTech, Machine learning

Artificial intelligence and emerging regulatory expectations

Artificial Intelligence (AI), including Machine Learning (ML), is one of the technologies reshaping the financial sector, including insurance. AI has the potential to significantly improve the delivery of financial services to consumers as well as the operational and risk management processes within firms, which can present many opportunities for expanding financial inclusion.