Project Fact Sheet Creating a Supportive Environment for Access to Insurance in Latin America and the Caribbean

The interest of supervisory authorities to adapt their regulatory frameworks to new market initiatives directed toward low-income population is an important issue in the regional agenda. In 2007, an initial country policy diagnostic was conducted in Colombia and the country is now interested in developing a microinsurance supervisory and regulatory framework. In Peru currently, the Superintendency of Banks, Insurance and Pension Fund Administrators is introducing changes to its Regional workshop hosted by the Superintendency of Banks, Insurance and Pension Fund Administrators in Lima, Peru on April 11 and 12, 2013.