Case Brief: Tunajali

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El que en los diferentes países de Latino América y el Caribe la población vulnerable tenga necesidades similares, ofrece a la industria aseguradora la posibilidad de desarrollar y expandir el mercado de los seguros inclusivos a un nivel regional. Aun así, para aprovechar esta oportunidad, es instrumental que las compañías concentren esfuerzos en el diseño de productos centrados en el cliente, que se adapten rápidamente al entorno y utilicen canales alternativos que faciliten su distribución masiva.

COVID-19 and the Insurance Industry: Why a Gender-Sensitive Response Matters

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According to IFC’s 2015 SheforShield report, due to women’s improving socioeconomic status, by 2030, they will represent a $1.7 trillion opportunity for the insurance industry, and 50 percent of this growth will be in emerging economies. According to Swiss Re, global insurance premium growth is driven by emerging markets as a result of innovations in insurance, and the narrowing of the insurance protection gap. However, despite this positive outlook for industry growth in emerging markets, as IFC has reported, most insurers fail to see women as a key consumer segment.

Green Delta Insurance Company: The Case For Insuring Women For A Better Tomorrow

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Economic growth in Bangladesh has averaged more than 6 percent over the last decade, which has helped lift per capita income, reduce poverty, and improve social indicators such as those for maternal mortality and gender disparity in education. Much of this progress has been driven by the growing participation of women in the labor force, which has risen from 4 percent in 1974 to over 36 percent in 2019.

AXA Mansard: The Case For Insuring Women For A Better Tomorrow

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Of the 10 emerging markets that the IFC studied for its 2015 SheforShield report,1 Nigeria had the second highest expected growth rate for women’s insurance. By 2030, the total value for women’s insurance is expected to rise to around N2.9 trillion (approximately $8 billion), which will be 9 to 13 times the value of the premiums in 2013.

 

1st For Women: The Case For Insuring Women For A Better Tomorrow

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Insurance penetration in Africa is comparatively low, which makes the region a promising market. In 2016, African insurance premiums totaled $60.7 billion, which was just 1.3 percent of global insurance premiums. This represented an insurance penetration rate of only 2.8 percent, which was lower than the emerging market rate of 3.2 percent, and substantially lower than the global rate of 6.1 percent.

 

The Philippine Approach to Inclusive Insurance Market Development

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The presentation of this case study is structured according to three regimes of microinsurance policy and regulatory reforms in the Philippines during a span of 9 years (2006-2015). The first regime refers to milestone regulations that happened beginning 2006, the second regime refers to regulations issued starting in 2010, and the third regime describes the most recent milestone regulations in 2015.
The study also offers a background of the Philippines, an overview of financial landscape including insurance and microinsurance, conclusions and lessons.

Focus Group Discussion to Determine the Risks Faced in ger Areas in Mongolia and Provide Recommendations to Insurance Regulator and Companies

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As of 2008, 154,644 families had been living in Ulaanbaatar ger area. This number had reached to 197,094 by 2013. In terms of socioeconomic status, ger area families tend to be larger, less educated, younger and poorer than apartment area households. Life pattern and living environment of ger area bring particular risks. For that reason, risk protection is needed to ger area residents because of their financial vulnerability. It is important to make ger area residents understand the benefits of insurance to protect them.

 

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