Tag: insurance sector
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Virus-related claims from just over 500 small South African firms battling insurers who have rejected them are worth up to 4 billion rand ($232 million), the firm...
Nigeria's insurance regulator NAICOM has extended the deadline for the recapitalisation of insurance companies to September 2021. The recapitalisation process has also been segmented into two phases. Tajudeen Ibrahim, vice-President and Head of Research at Chapel Hill Denham joins CNBC Africa for more.
Paul Njoki, Head of Wealth Management at Standard Chartered Bank Kenya joined CNBC Africa to light on trends and recovery efforts post the COVID-19 outbreak. He also touched on the role played by the insurance at the wake of the pandemic.
Nigeria’s Senate has passed the Finance Bill despite opposition from some stakeholders in different industries. Partner and Head of Commercial Practice Group at Andersen Tax, Chinedu Ezomike joins CNBC Africa to discuss how the Finance bill will shape activities in Nigeria’s insurance sector.
Are insurance companies using technology in innovative ways to create simpler products and processes for customers to have simplified access to the firms? On what could be a catalyst to increase insurance penetration in East Africa, Sanlam Life CEO, Stella Njunge joins CNBC Africa for more.
BK General Insurance seeks to shake up Rwanda’s insurance industry