Partner Reports

Partner Publications, Latin America, Colombia, Peru, Market Development | 2016

Microinsurance Network: 'The State of Microinsurance 2016'

The A2ii published an article in the new annual Microinsurance Network publication ‘The state of Microinsurance 2016’. In the article the A2ii gives an overview of its work in Peru, Columbia and Jamaica helping microinsurance market development though supporting the supervisory authorities in establishing an enabling regulatory environment. 

Partner Publications, Africa, Ghana, Inclusive Insurance Regulation, Digital Technology, Studies |

Mobile Insurance and Risk Framework in Ghana

This study contains a detailed risk assessment of the mobile insurance landscape in Ghana and develops a risk assessment framework, to be used for improving the regulatory guidelines for m-insurance products in Ghana. The study was commissioned by the GIZ project for Promoting Insurance in Ghana (PromIGH), on behalf of BMZ and at the request of the National Insurance Commission (NIC) of Ghana.

Partner Publications, Inclusive Insurance Regulation, Market Development | 2015

Microinsurance Network: 'The State of Microinsurance'

The A2ii published an article in the new annual Microinsurance Network publication ‘The state of Microinsurance’. In the article the A2ii gives an overview of the current status of microinsurance regulation, highlights recent trends in inclusive insurance markets and provides an outlook on their regulatory implications and potential challenges.

Partner Publications, Regional, Africa, Uganda, Inclusive Insurance Regulation, Market Development | 2013
Partner Publications, Inclusive Insurance Regulation, Studies | 2008
Partner Publications, Inclusive Insurance Regulation | 2009

Emerging guidelines for microinsurance policy, regulation and supervision

This document contains the executive summary and emerging guidelines of the report titled Making insurance markets work for the poor: microinsurance policy, regulation and supervision. It is intended to provide readers with a short overview of the content of the report and the emerging guidelines for the regulation and supervision of insurance markets.

Partner Publications, Africa, Niger, Inclusive Insurance Regulation | 2013

Towards Inclusive Insurance In Nigeria. An Analysis of The Market and Regulations

In general, there is limited public awareness of insurance in Nigeria, and distrust by those who are aware of it, particularly in urban areas. There is plenty of room for improving business practices towards consumers and innovating to serve the retail and microinsurance segments. The very low penetration of insurance coupled with a large and growing population and economy, represent an attractively large potential market. The top priority for creating an inclusive insurance sector in Nigeria is improving public confidence, trust and awareness.

Partner Publications, MENA, Consumer Protection, Market Development | 2013

Country Diagnostic Algeria Executive Summary French-English

With a view to improving the employment situation, particularly with regard to young people, the Algerian Government is committed to promoting the development of a competitive private sector, with a focus on very small, small and medium-sized enterprises, which currently employ 70% of the labour force in the formal sector. It is with this goal in mind that the study examines the current situation, the environment and the supply and demand sides of the market.

Partner Publications, MENA, Inclusive Insurance Regulation, Consumer Protection, Studies | 2012
Partner Publications, Consumer Protection | 2013

Discussion Paper Consumer Protection in Microinsurance

Microinsurance markets are growing rapidly. New providers enter the market, offering innovative products and/or employing innovative provider models. Innovations can lead to new consumer protection needs, and also have a tendency to aggravate existing challenges of asymmetric information, market power imbalances and other imperfections that are typical for insurance products in general and are worse when poor and illiterate consumers are concerned.

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