Cat Denoon-Stevens

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Cat is an engagement manager at Cenfri and has been part of the team since 2012. At Cenfri, her research has focused on building access to inclusive insurance markets, specifically the harmonisation of insurance regulation within the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region; innovative financial services distribution models; and Making Access to Financial Services Possible (MAP) studies in Southern Africa and South Asia. In addition, she is part of the team that runs Cenfri’s capacity building portfolio, coordinating open-enrolment and in-house executive education trainings in microinsurance and national payment systems.

 

Before joining Cenfri, Cat worked on the capacity building team of the Microinsurance Innovation Facility, housed within the United Nations International Labour Organisation, and as a project assistant at the African Centre for Cities on a World Bank Institute funded project focused on facilitating South-South knowledge exchange. Her background prior to this is in commercial property, finance and investment through a graduate internship at Eris Property Group (Pty.) Ltd. (formerly Rand Merchant Bank Properties) in Johannesburg, South Africa.

 

Cat holds her master's in development finance from the University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business (summa cum laude), and a bachelor of science (honours) in property studies from the University of Cape Town.

 

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Twitter: @Cat Denoon-Stevens

LinkedIn: CatDStevens

 

 

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Cat Denoon-Stevens

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Cat is an engagement manager at Cenfri and has been part of the team since 2012. At Cenfri, her research has focused on building access to inclusive insurance markets, specifically the harmonisation of insurance regulation within the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region; innovative financial services distribution models; and Making Access to Financial Services Possible (MAP) studies in Southern Africa and South Asia. In addition, she is part of the team that runs Cenfri’s capacity building portfolio, coordinating open-enrolment and in-house executive education trainings in microinsurance and national payment systems.

 

Before joining Cenfri, Cat worked on the capacity building team of the Microinsurance Innovation Facility, housed within the United Nations International Labour Organisation, and as a project assistant at the African Centre for Cities on a World Bank Institute funded project focused on facilitating South-South knowledge exchange. Her background prior to this is in commercial property, finance and investment through a graduate internship at Eris Property Group (Pty.) Ltd. (formerly Rand Merchant Bank Properties) in Johannesburg, South Africa.

 

Cat holds her master's in development finance from the University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business (summa cum laude), and a bachelor of science (honours) in property studies from the University of Cape Town.

 

Email:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

Twitter: @Cat Denoon-Stevens

LinkedIn: CatDStevens

 

 

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