Jeremy Gray

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Jeremy is a senior research associate at Cenfri and has been part of the team since 2012. He has worked on MAP (Making Access Possible) projects in Swaziland, Lesotho and Zambia. Previously, he worked on a number of microinsurance projects including an A2ii cross-country synthesis study, which involved analysing and synthesising the various microinsurance business models, inherent risks and appropriate regulatory responses found globally; the ILO Microinsurance Innovation Facility's scale study, which entailed examining the major drivers of scale in global microinsurance initiatives; and on a study comparing insurance markets and their relative development across the SADC region as an input into the harmonisation process. Prior to joining Cenfri, he worked as a mining researcher advising major South African mining companies on global economic trends, specifically on commodity price movements.

 

Jeremy completed his master's in economics (cum laude) in 2011 at the University of Kwa Zulu-Natal. He also holds a B.Soc.Sci (hons) in economics and a B.Soc.Sci (PPE) from the University of Cape Town.

 

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Jeremy Gray

 LJO8326

Jeremy is a senior research associate at Cenfri and has been part of the team since 2012. He has worked on MAP (Making Access Possible) projects in Swaziland, Lesotho and Zambia. Previously, he worked on a number of microinsurance projects including an A2ii cross-country synthesis study, which involved analysing and synthesising the various microinsurance business models, inherent risks and appropriate regulatory responses found globally; the ILO Microinsurance Innovation Facility's scale study, which entailed examining the major drivers of scale in global microinsurance initiatives; and on a study comparing insurance markets and their relative development across the SADC region as an input into the harmonisation process. Prior to joining Cenfri, he worked as a mining researcher advising major South African mining companies on global economic trends, specifically on commodity price movements.

 

Jeremy completed his master's in economics (cum laude) in 2011 at the University of Kwa Zulu-Natal. He also holds a B.Soc.Sci (hons) in economics and a B.Soc.Sci (PPE) from the University of Cape Town.

 

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