The training welcomed 34 supervisors from 16 countries and highlighted the importance of innovation and sound supervisory principles in promoting financial inclusion.
It focused on the importance of innovation for the growth of inclusive insurance markets. Additionally they learned about how sound supervisory principles can be applied in a manner that encourages the development of an inclusive insurance market.
Throughout the training, participants were guided by the Toronto Centre’s action planning for dealing with challenges faced at the workplace as well as stakeholder communication concepts in introducing inclusive insurance in their jurisdictions. This is to enable participants to develop their own action plans to implement in their home agencies when they return.
The training was jointly organised by the Financial Services Commission of Jamaica (FSC), the Access to Insurance Initiative (A2ii), the International Association of Insurance Supervisors (IAIS) and the Toronto Centre.
The presentations are available at: https://a2ii.org/en/event/save-date-inclusive-insurance-training-program...
|Agenda (EN)||373.88 KB|
|Agenda (ES)||373.13 KB|
|A2ii Presentation (ES)||1.48 MB|
|A2ii Presentation (EN)||1.6 MB|
|Case Study Peru (EN)||1.27 MB|
|Proposed Activities Peru (EN)||332.61 KB|
|Case Study Jamaica (EN)||997.86 KB|
|Caso de Estudio Jamaica (ES)||299.54 KB|
|Group Activities Jamaica (ES)||13.49 KB|
|Group Activities Jamaica (EN)||13.1 KB|
|Jamaica Narrative||63.11 KB|
|Caso de Estudio Peru (ES)||164.57 KB|
|Inclusive Insurance Training Module (EN)||1.12 MB|
|Módulo de Seguros Inclusivos (ES)||423.48 KB|