African insurance markets continue to expand despite economic headwinds

Featured Story, Southern Africa

May 22, 2017

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The 2nd Africa Insurance Barometer was launched at the 44th AIO Conference & General Assembly in Kampala, Uganda. Africa’s insurers remain upbeat about the prospects of their markets. The 29 senior executives from regional and international insurers, reinsurers and brokers polled for this year’s survey contend that the young, growing and more

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