BIMA to speak at the 13th International Microinsurance Conference in Peru
13th International Microinsurance Conference in Peru
Mathilda Ström, Deputy CEO of BIMA, has been invited to speak on three different panels at the 13th International Microinsurance Conference, “Inclusive Insurance for the Mass Market”, in Peru from 7-9 November 2017. Hosted by APESEG, the Munich Re Foundation and the Microinsurance Network, the conference facilitates discussion among experts on how to accelerate growth and economic viability in microinsurance as well as the requirements for the right regulatory framework.
The annual conference will be attended by 400 representatives all over the world from the insurance and reinsurance companies, distribution channels, investment funds, international organisations, NGOs and development-aid agencies, as well as academics, policymakers and supervisory regulators.
As a member of the Board of Directors of the Microinsurance Network, the only global multi-stakeholder platform of the microinsurance industry, Mathilda has unique insight into technology, regulation and operational excellence in the mobile insurance space and is committed to driving development in the industry.
Mathilda will take part in three panels during the conference:
11:00, 8 November Parallel session 2 – Innovations in microinsurance – matching customer needs
Mathilda will co-present with Shilpi Shastri from the Women’s World Banking on “Behavioral intervention to increase uptake and usage of mobile microinsurance”
16:30, 8 November (hosted by Cenfri) Plenary 3 – How Tech, data and analytics can shape the future of microinsurance
11:00, 9 November (hosted by Milliman) Parallel session 15 – Keeping the “micro” in “mass” insurance
Eliseo Haro, Business Development Manager for Latin America at BIMA, will also participate in the Parallel session 6 (hosted by the Microinsurance Network) – Leveraging partnerships to provide access to insurance – at 14:00 on 8 November.
07 November 2017
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