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Reports, Gender, Africa | 2022

Case Study: Innovating for inclusive insurance targeting women customers - involving insurance supervisors in the process

To be able to provide well-designed insurance solutions that address the needs of low-income and excluded customers in a manner that is customer-friendly but also economically sustainable, calls for
Reports, Gender, Latin America & the Caribbean | 2022

Case Study: Women Leaders in Insurance Supervisory Organisations - Catalysts for Women's Access to Insurance

In inclusive insurance supervision, a gender-sensitive regulator is likely to formulate and produce gender-sensitive policies. Such policies encourage and support products and services development
Reports, Inclusive Insurance Fundamentals, Gender, Global | 2021

The Role of Insurance Supervisors in Boosting Women's Access to Insurance

Download below in English, French, and Spanish. Women's access to insurance contributes to the mandate of insurance supervisors to maintain a fair, safe, and stable insurance market, and more broadly
Reports, Gender, Global, Latin America & the Caribbean | 2019

Roundtable on Insurance for Women: Specific Needs and Inclusion

The Roundtable on “Insurance for Women: Specific Needs and Inclusion”, jointly organised by the Superintendencia de Seguros de la Nación (SSN) and the Access to Insurance Initiative (A2ii), with the
Presentations, Reports, Gender, Global | 2019

Bridging the Gender Gap: The role of the Insurance Supervisor – A2ii-IAIS Consultation Call, May 2019

Intergrating a gender perspective in regulation and supervision is key to increasing financial inclusion. Compared to men, women form a significant part of the underinsured segment of the population