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About us

Promoting insurance
and re-insurance
in Africa

Healthy Insurance

Consolidating and strengthening the insurance industry in order to provide better quality services to Africa’s population

Promote Cooperation

Encourage mutual understanding/co-operation and business exchange within the African insurance sector

Reinsurance Industry

Building a more robust reinsurance industry and contribute to Africa’s economic development

Security

Guarantee a more resilient African insurance industry through information sharing/exchange, trainings, capacity-building, new products and networking

We prioritize
capacity-building for our
member organizations.

Focus Areas for the future

  • Promoting African Regulatory Capacity Building.
  • Promoting the capacity building of African Training Institutes.
  • Promoting the Management of Life and Pension funds for development.
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Upcoming Events & Latest News

DELPHINE TRAORE IS THE NEW PRESIDENT OF THE AFRICAN INSURANCE ORGANISATION

The African Insurance Organisation, AIO, has a new President. Mrs. Delphine Traoré, Regional Chief Operating Officer Allianz Africa was appointed President of the Pan African Organisation at the end of its 46th Conference and General Assembly which held in Johannesburg, South Africa from the 8th – 13th June, 2019. She takes over from Ms. Aretha […]

46TH AIO CONFERENCE AND ANNUAL GENERAL ASSEMBLY

The 2019 African Insurance Organisation conference and Annual General Assembly has ended in, Johannesburg, South Africa. The event ran from 8 to 13 June. This year’s conference drew over 1 000 delegates from 60 countries. It was a time of great learning, networking, doing deals and amazing entertainment. Here are some of the memories created… Click […]

16th Consultative Forum on Inclusive Insurance – Climate and disaster risk: building resilience, bridging the protection gap

Why attend? Poor and vulnerable people in the developing world are affected most by natural disasters. They suffer disproportionately due to their higher vulnerability and exposure and lower ability to cope and recover. In 2019, our Consultative Forums will explore how insurance providers, policymakers, insurance regulators and supervisors can collaborate to reduce the protection gap […]