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Africa’s Insurance Market

Africa’s Insurance Market

october, 2018

25oct12:00 pm2:00 pmAfrica's Insurance MarketTrends, Opportunities and Risks

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Event Details

Invest Africa is delighted to be hosting a panel titled Africa’s Insurance Market: Trends, Opportunities and Risks.

Guest speakers joining the panel: Kim Bromley, Head of Legal, Compliance, Governance and Risk, Prudential Africa; Alexander Van Kuffeler, Head of Africa Specialty, Willis Towers Watson’s; Andrew Brown, Managing Director and Chief Investment Officer, Emerging Capital Partners. ; and Lesley Ndlovu, Chief Finance Officer for AXA Africa Specialty Risk.

They will address a number of topics, including;

  • Africa’s insurance market in a global context;
  • Provide case-study examples of successfully executed pan-African strategies
  • Assess how the digitisation of the insurance industry will impact urban and rural communities
  • Why insurance is an important factor in raising debt for investments in Africa
  • The impact of increasing local retention requirements on overseas investors in Africa
  • The role of regulation
  • The role of private equity in assisting sub-scale players achieving scale via acquisitions or organic growth

All Invest Africa members should contact Philippa Jalland to register interest.

Non-members are welcome to attend and should register via below link.

Time

(Thursday) 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm GMT

Location

M&G Prudential

5 Laurence Pountney Hill, London EC4R 0HH

Invest Africa is delighted to be hosting a panel titled Africa’s Insurance Market: Trends, Opportunities and Risks.

Guest speakers joining the panel: Kim Bromley, Head of Legal, Compliance, Governance and Risk, Prudential Africa; Alexander Van Kuffeler, Head of Africa Specialty, Willis Towers Watson’s; Andrew Brown, Managing Director and Chief Investment Officer, Emerging Capital Partners. ; and Lesley Ndlovu, Chief Finance Officer for AXA Africa Specialty Risk.

They will address a number of topics, including;

  • Africa’s insurance market in a global context;
  • Provide case-study examples of successfully executed pan-African strategies
  • Assess how the digitisation of the insurance industry will impact urban and rural communities
  • Why insurance is an important factor in raising debt for investments in Africa
  • The impact of increasing local retention requirements on overseas investors in Africa
  • The role of regulation
  • The role of private equity in assisting sub-scale players achieving scale via acquisitions or organic growth

All Invest Africa members should contact Philippa Jalland to register interest.

Non-members are welcome to attend and should register via below link.

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