The ILO’s Microinsurance Innovation Facility invites you to the live Webinar:
‘Insights from India's Microinsurance Success’
Join us for the Webinar on May 31
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India is the global leader in microinsurance. Innovation is blooming and new products and delivery models are being explored. More than 300 million low-income risks are insured. Indeed, more than 60% of microinsurance policyholders are to be found in India!
What are the catalysts for the success of microinsurance in India? What role has the government as well as market forces played in the exponential growth of the sector? What can insurers learn from India's experience?
Join us in exploring these questions in a webinar that will focus on "Insights from India's Microinsurance Success", one of the chapters of the newly launched "Protecting the Poor: A Microinsurance Compendium, Volume II" published by the Munich Re Foundation and the International Labour Office, available at www.microinsurancecompendium.org.
Learn and interact with the following panellists:
· Michal Matul, co-editor of the Compendium and Senior Research Officer of the Facility, who will highlight key global microinsurance trends,
· Rupalee Ruchismita, author of the chapter on "State and market synergies: Insights from India's microinsurance success" and Executive Director of the Center for Innovation and Risk Management, who will discuss key success factors in India,
· Samrat Nandy, Vice President for Client Markets of Swiss Re Services India, who will provide insights on what the insurance industry can learn from India's experience, and
· Jasmin Suministrado, Knowledge Officer of the Facility, who will moderate the event.
Register now to be guaranteed a seat in this knowledge sharing event!
Title:Insights from India's Microinsurance Success
Date:Thursday, May 31, 2012
Time:2:00 PM - 3:15 PM CEST
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