This collection of notes and case studies, Mainstreaming Gender and Targeting Women in Inclusive Insurance: Perspectives and Emerging Lessons, covers a number of themes related to the demand and supply of insurance products for women, with a focus on the inclusive insurance market—which seeks to include clients who either don’t have insurance or lack the right insurance coverage.
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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.
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.
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.
Uganda has a relatively undeveloped insurance market and there is clear potential for expansion, particularly through microinsurance. However, insurers face significant challenges in developing microinsurance beyond credit life.
A financially sound insurance sector contributes to economic growth and well-being by supporting the management of risk, allocation of resources, and mobilization of long-term savings. The Insurance Core Principles developed by the IAIS are key international standards relevant for sound financial systems. Effective implementation of the Insurance Core Principles requires skilled and knowledgeable insurance supervisors.
This document outlines the analytical framework and methodology for conducting a microinsurance country diagnostic study. It is designed to assist readers who wish to gain a deeper understanding of the development of microinsurance markets, as well as researchers, consultants, insurance practitioners, policy-makers regulators and supervisors tasked with the analysis of a national insurance market with a view to developing strategies and recommendations for the growth of microinsurance.
What is microinsurance? Why is it important? How do microinsurance markets typically develop? What are the benefits of a deliberate strategy or process to developmicroinsurance? What steps can be taken to develop the microinsurance market in aparticular country? What are the issues to consider in doing so and what are the possiblerisks involved?
The International Association of Insurance Supervisors (IAIS) and the Access to Insurance Initiative (A2ii) have launched the Self-Assessment and Peer Review (SAPR) on Regulation and Supervision supporting Inclusive Insurance Markets. This SAPR assesses the supportiveness of supervisors to the cause of enhancing inclusive insurance markets.
Toolkit IV concentrates on those parts of the process that deal with agreeing on and executing the action plan. Its purpose is to help the reader to grasp what it takes to get to the desired results or end-goal. It also outlines potential activities for doing so, and provides practical tips and lessons to take into account in operationalising the action plan.