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The 8th Africa Insurance and Reinsurance Conference 2018 to hold in Kenya on June 20 – 21, 2018

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Wednesday, April 25, 2018 12:00PM / Aidem Business Solution 

Plans are underway for the 8
thAnnual Insurance and Reinsurance Conference 2018 to be held on 20th – 21st June 2018 in Nairobi, Kenya at Villa Rosa Kempisnki Hotel. The conference themed "Innovate to Capture Growth Potential" will be a combination of an experiential conference bringing together the entire value chain with the aim of exploring opportunities that will enhance   insurance penetration levels in Africa. 

Renowned industry experts that have confirmed so far include Justus Mutiga, C.E.O, ICEA; Ashok Shah, CEO, APA Insurance; Ezekiel Owour, Managing Director, CIC Life Assurance Ltd. Jacquline Karasha, Head of Corporate Business, Sanlam; S. Chalapathi Srinivasan, Director, General Insurance and Reinsurance, Avon Insurance Brokers Dubai’; Yann Groeger, Regional Manager for Africa, Blue Orchard; Thomas Njeru, Associate Director Actuarial and Insurance Consulting, Deloitte; Kizito Makatiani Founder &CEO Turnkey Africa and Karen Miller, Managing Executive, ABSA Insurance  

Hassan Bashir, Chief Executive Officer, Takaful Insurance of Africa Limited will be speaking on Islamic Insurance. Another topic will be on bancassurance, a topic that will be covered by Manoj Kumar, President, Bancassurance Consultants Worldwide Limited & Lydia Kayonde, Head Bancassurance, Stanbic Bank (Uganda).
 

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Alongside the conference will be an exhibition which will function as an outstanding platform where local, regional and international players can engage and evaluate promising & investable business solutions.
 

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