Exploring funeral insurance uptake for emerging customers

Funeral insurance is possibly the oldest form of insurance - it has been popular since the days of the Greek empire and can be found all over the world. It is still the most common form of insurance in sub-Saharan Africa - so given its universal appeal, the MiN’s latest Expert Forum sought to find out how can it be used to drive other products including health, crop or livestock cover?

Technology, social inclusion and regulatory innovations in the insurance industry in Europe

The Microinsurance Network attended the 2017 FARAD Finance Forum which took place in Luxembourg earlier this month. Organised by FARAD International, an independent insurance broker specialised in the Private Life Insurance sector, the event was held as a full-day forum for the first time, and brought together players of the three pillars of the financial industry: the banking sector, the insurance industry and investment funds.

7 things I learned from the Microinsurance Network field trip and workshop on microinsurance distribution

What if you could simply swipe your card every time you wanted to pay for a minibus taxi ride? That might be more convenient than carrying the right change in cash... But what about if you are automatically insured for the trip you’re about to take, as a result of using that card? Now that’s an incentive, isn’t it?

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