Finance workshop

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The African Insurance Organisation in partnership with AM Best is organising a Finance workshop as parallel session during the Reinsurance Forum on Monday 30th September 2019 in Tunis, Tunisia.

The Workshop is open to CEOs, CFOs, COOs, CROs and Actuaries of insurance and reinsurance companies.

The contents of the programme of the workshop is as follow:

 Opening remarks

  • Understanding Best’s Credit Rating Methodology (BCRM) & Rating Drivers in Africa
  • Key Considerations for Insurers Navigating the Challenging Economic Landscape. Discussing the Insurers’ Ability to Manage High Economic and Financial System Risks within the African Market.
  • Understanding the Relative Strength of the African Insurance Market and the Influence of Foreign Participation. What Assistance do Foreign Market Participants Contribute to the Development and Strength of the Local Markets
  • Final Remarks

 The Workshop is free for member companies in good standing with their Membership Subscription.

The Registration for the Workshop is open on the 24th African Reinsurance Forum portal: http://www.cvent.com/d/l6q9rd?lang=fr

PROGRAM OF AIO Finance Workshop in Conjunction with AM Best

  • Session Agenda: Monday 30 September; 2:30 PM to 6:00 PM
  • Venue: Laico Hotel
  • Presenters: Dr Edem Kuenyehia (Director, Market Development & Communications), Mr Tim Prince (Director – Analytics, AM Best & Mrs Jessica Botelho-Young (Senior Financial Analyst)

Session:

 2:30 – 2:35     Welcome by Prisca Soares, Sec Gen AIO and Introduction to AM Best – Dr Edem Kuenyehia, Director- Market Development & Communications

2:35 – 3:35     Understanding Best’s Credit Rating Methodology (BCRM) & Rating Drivers in Africa

3:35 – 4:35    Key Considerations for Insurers Navigating the Challenging Economic Landscape. Discussing the Insurers’ Ability to Manage High Economic and Financial System Risks within the African Market.

4:35 – 5:00     BREAK (25 MINS)

 5:00- 5:50      Understanding the Relative Strength of the African Insurance Market and the Influence of Foreign Participation. What Assistance do Foreign Market Participants Contribute to the Development and Strength of the Local Markets.

5:50 – 6:00    Final Remarks