Tag Archives: Microinsurance

Microinsurance 101 – the what, the how many, and the country profiles

I have been always very much focused on the more usual products in microfinance, i.e., deposits, loans, transfers, etc. However, microinsurance is becoming more and more important. Due to my current mini-project with the MicroInsuranceNetwork, I actually had to learn … Continue reading

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Microinsurance in Africa 2012 – impressive growth

This blog primarily draws from a study published by Making Finance Work for Africa and the Munich Re Foundation aiming at updating and expanding on the 2010 Africa landscape study. Key Findings: With also some key data points on the … Continue reading

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Microinsurance in LAC 2014 – towards mass market insurance?!

The full report is not out yet, however we get a glimpse at the data via a preliminary briefing note due in Q1 2015. The study identified 48,6 million people covered in Latinamerica and the Caribbean (45,5 million had been … Continue reading

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Microinsurance in Asia – a fairly heterogenic development of different markets

Microinsurance in Asia and Oceania is growing fast. A number of governments such as India, Indonesia and the Philippines have started developing a regulatory framework to facilitate the development of innovative solutions. As more and more stakeholders see the potential … Continue reading

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