Workshops and Seminars

Past Workshops and Seminars

  • 14.03.2017
    half day
    Monetary Authority of Singapore, Singapore | Consultative Forum, Workshops and Seminars, Asia and Pacific, Agricultural and Disaster Risk Insurance, Presentation

    This half-day event brought together around 70 high-ranking representatives from the public sector, supervisory authorities and the insurance industry. 

  • 23.02.2017 to 24.02.2017
    2 days
    Douala, Cameroon | Workshops and Seminars, Cameroon, Digital Technology

    This conference delved into the unique regulatory challenges and opportunities of using mobile insurance to make inclusive insurance at scale a reality.  

  • 30.01.2017 to 31.01.2017
    2 days
    Johannesburg, South Africa | Inclusive Insurance Training, Workshops and Seminars, South Africa

    The Financial Services Board hosted the IAIS-A2ii Regional Meeting for Sub-Saharan Africa in Pretoria, South Africa. Twenty-five delegates from supervisors across Sub-Saharan Africa attended the meeting, including representatives from the sub-regional committees for East Africa, French-speaking West and Central Africa and Southern Africa.

  • 01.12.2016
    1 day
    San José, Costa Rica | Workshops and Seminars, Event Reports, Inclusive Insurance Regulation, Market Development

    This event gathered  60 participants from Latin American and Caribbean insurance supervisory authorities and industries.  It elaborated how client aggregators have changed the landscape of the microinsurance industry. 

  • 15.11.2016
    half day
    Colombo, Sri Lanka | Workshops and Seminars, Event Reports, MCCOs

    Approximately 60 high-ranking representatives from Asian insurance supervisory authorities and the industry attended the event which fostered a dialogue between supervisors and the industry in the field of inclusive insurance.

  • 29.09.2016
    2 days
    Sandton, Johannesburg, South Africa | Workshops and Seminars, Africa, Financial Literacy

    Financial education has been hailed as a key tool in empowering citizens and driving national development objectives. This is the underlying theme that emerged at the Seminar on Financial Education: Challenges, Trends and Measures of Success in Supporting Financial Inclusion in Sub-Saharan Africa, organised by the Access to Insurance Initiative (A2II) and the International Association of Insurance Supervisors (IAIS) in collaboration with the Financial Services Board (FSB) and FinMark Trust in Sandton, South Africa on 29-30 September 2016.

  • 16.05.2016
    2 days
    Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire | Workshops and Seminars, Côte d' Ivoire, Digital Technology

    In May 2016, the Inter-African Conference on Insurance Markets (CIMA) in partnership with the Access to Insurance Initiative (A2ii) hosted a workshop in Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire. The main objective of the workshop was to provide inputs to assist CIMA in developing regulations to deal with mobile insurance that protect the policyholder and ensure financial stability. The workshop was also intended to create a framework for cooperation and information exchange between the supervisors and regulators involved in mobile insurance in the CIMA zone.

  • 16.05.2016 to 17.05.2016
    2 days
    Abidjan, Ivory Coast | Workshops and Seminars, CIMA, Digital Technology

    The workshop set the tone for the future collaboration between the different supervisory stakeholders who all agreed on the need for a cross sectoral communication platform to be established.

  • 11.05.2016 to 12.05.2016
    2 days
    Marrakesh, Morocco | Workshops and Seminars, Event Reports, Digital Technology, Market Development

    Over 70 representatives from supervisory authorities, the insurance industry and intermediary bodies came together at the 6th Consultative Forum on “innovative products for the emerging consumer” in Marrakesh, Morocco.

     

  • 03.11.2015
    1 day
    Casablanca, Morocco | Workshops and Seminars, Event Reports, Consumer Protection

    This forum brought together some 60 high-ranking representatives from insurance supervisory authorities and the industry, with the objective to foster knowledge and understanding in the field of inclusive insurance markets.

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