15.07.2019 to 16.07.20192 days
08.07.2019 to 12.07.20195 daysTurin, Italy | Partner Events
The ILO’s Impact Insurance Academy is a unique opportunity to learn from more than ten years of experience and innovations in inclusive insurance facilitated by the ILO’s Impact Insurance Facility.
By combining plenary sessions with specific electives by the choice of participants, participative activities, case studies and intensive discussions, the Academy offers a dynamic learning environment for participants and experts from all over the world to discuss ways of developing inclusive insurance.
20.06.2018 to 22.06.20183 daysSt. Kitts and Nevis | Partner Events
The topic of the conference, which brought together 56 supervisors from 17 Caribbean countries, was “Enhancing domestic and cross-border supervision and stress testing in the insurance sector”.
07.06.2018 to 08.06.20182 daysHong Kong | Partner Events
The event was attended by about 50 delagates from insurance regulators in 15 jurisdictions of the Asia-Pacific region. On behalf of the A2ii, Janina Voss presented on inclusive insurance and introduced the work of the initiative.
At the meeting, AFIR members elected Mr John Leung, Chief Executive Officer of the Insurance Authority (IA), as the new Chairman, replacing Mr Chen Wenhui, for a term of two years to 2020.
16.05.20181 dayRio de Janeiro, Brazil | Partner Events
The A2ii participated in this fourth meeting of the Sustainable Insurance Forum (SIF) that included supervisors from 15 different jurisdictions. The SIF launched in December 2016 with the aim to bring together insurance supervisors to tackle issues of common concern with respect to sustainable development. Since its inception, its main focus has been on climate change issues and in this regard, it has developed a joint IAIS-SIF Issues Paper on Climate Change Risks to the Insurance Sector.
14.05.2018 to 15.05.20182 daysWashington, DC, USA | Partner Events
As the Chair of A2ii’s Governing Council, Peter Braumüller represented the A2ii at the 2018 NAIC International Insurance Forum. The Forum was attended by more than 340 participants, many of them supervisors and industry representatives from the US. On a panel session dealing with the role of insurance in emerging markets, Peter Braumüller emphasized the role of regulation and supervision for improving access to insurance by the so far underserved.
12.04.20181 daySanto Domingo, Dominican Republic | Partner Events
The Meeting focused on the global insurance standards and supervisory priorities in Americas. It was divided into 4 sessions: 1) Insurance Regulatory Reforms; 2) Emerging Risks and New Developments in the Market; 3) Proportionality; and 4) Cyber Risk management and insurance. IAIS Secretary-General Jonathan Dixon opened the event and moderated session 1 on insurance regulatory reforms. In his introduction, he highlighted the importance of the IAIS partnership with A2ii.
09.04.2018 to 10.04.20182 daysSanto Domingo, Dominican Republic | Partner Events
The ASSAL Annual Conference focused on "Risk Analysis and Assessment in the Insurance Sector". Regina Simoes, the A2ii Regional Coordinator for Latin America delivered a presentation on inclusive insurance with the participation of Peruvian and Colombian supervisors, who described different approaches to inclusive insurance in their countries.
The President of the Dominican Republic, Danilo Medina, opened the ASSAL Annual Conference whereas the Minister of Finance, Donald Guerrero, gave the keynote speech.
07.03.2018 to 09.03.20182 daysAbidjan, Ivory Coast | Partner Events
The conference brought together industry players and insurance supervisors from the CIMA region and French speaking North Africa to discuss issues currently facing the market.
08.02.2018 to 09.02.20182 daysBasel, Switzerland | Partner EventsBank for International Settlements (BIS) – International Monetary Fund (IMF) Symposium: Capacity building in financial sector regulation and supervision
This high level, invitation-only seminar brought together the Standard Setting Bodies along with training and technical assistance providers to discuss capacity building in financial sector regulation and supervision. Hannah Grant, A2ii, presented on a panel discussing ideas for enhancing coordination and cooperation between different technical assistance and training providers. The event provided a valuable opportunity for both the sharing of best practices as well as for brainstorming on ways to work together more collaboratively.