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6 Dec
African Insurance Organisation (AIO) has called on reinsurers across the continent to tackle challenges facing the industry and provide lasting solutions to move the sector to a greater height.
15 Nov
The Africa Insurance Organisation(AIO) has collaborated with the Nigerian Insurers Association (NIA) to build a strong market structure to benefit from African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA).
3 Aug 2020
Stakeholders in the insurance industry have attributed the lull in the economy to infrastructure deficits, explaining that the ecosystem calls for a deliberate effort to close...
13 Apr 2020
The insurance companies underwriting risks in the country and beyond have debunked allegations by some people in the industry that they are being compelled to contribute N10 million each towards the fight against Coronavirus pandemic.
11 Nov 2019
The Federal Government’s inability to promptly pay insurance premium for group life cover of officers of the Nigeria Police has caused a call on the National Insurance Commission...
1 Jul 2019
The Nigerian insurance sector’s premium rose by 10 per cent to N400 billion in the 2018 financial year, according to the Nigerian Insurers Association (NIA). The Chairman of NIA, Tope Smart, said this while presenting the 2018 yearly report of the sector during the association’s 48th yearly general meeting in Lagos, which was attended by…
25 Jun 2019
The Chairman, Nigerian Insurers Association, Tope Smart, has been appointed the vice president of the African Insurance Organisation (AIO), which has taken effect since June 12, 2019.   Smart, who is also the Group Managing Director of NEM Insurance Plc, had been a board member of AIO’s executive committee and had already expressed his commitment to the aims…
14 Jan 2019
The Nigerian Insurers Association (NIA) has taken bold steps in the fight against fake motor insurance policy in Nigeria as it launched the Unstructured Supplementary...
10 Sep 2018
The new leadership of the Nigeria Insurers Association (NIA) may not have officially assumed duties, but has made a strong call on the stakeholders to embrace, as a project, the redemption of the industry’s poor image.
18 Jun 2018
Industry experts and stakeholders have attributed the lull in the economy to infrastructure deficits, explaining that the ecosystem calls for a deliberate effort to close the existing gap between the sector’s contribution and need for economic growth.   The experts, who gathered at the Business Journal’s 10th anniversary lecture, unanimously agreed that there is a link existing among…

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