The potential withdrawal of Niger, Mali and Burkina Faso from the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) is the latest sign of political turmoil in the region but should have relatively little impact on those countries' insurance markets...
Embedding insurance into loans boosts financial resiliency and improves healthcare access for Africa's unbanked population while simultaneously de-risking lending portfolios, according to a report by Turaco, a pan-African InsurTech.
Health insurers in Cameroon are calling on the Association of Insurance Companies of Cameroon (ASAC) to step up self-regulation of the market segment, following sustained losses in this branch of operations.
The Uganda Insurers Association (UIA) and the Uganda Healthcare Federation (UHF) have unveiled plans to curb high costs borne by health insurers and medical service providers. They see the trend in costs as threatening the sustainability of the medical insurance branch.