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Nigerian Insurance Association

9 Jun 2021
The new recapitalisation exercise brewing in the insurance industry is expected to triple the current capacity of underwriters across the country from the present paid-up capital of N2 billion
8 Jan 2018
Despite the benefits from motor insurance cover, the Nigerian Insurance Association says over 12 million Nigerian motorists carry fake insurance papers. Investigations by stakeholders in the sector, revealed that many motorists prefer patronizing fraudsters for insurance papers rather than obtaining valid certificate that would provide cover and compensation in times of accident. Nigerian Insurance Association…
3 Oct 2016
The insurance sector activity in the country has set for itself the target of a premium volume of N6 trillion and total market asset base of N16 trillion before the year 2020, if all went as planned by the sector.
29 Aug 2016
Worried by challenges plaguing Nigerian insurance industry, authorities of Africa Re-insurance is poised to move the nation’s insurance sector to an enviable height.


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