Microinsurance innovation in Colombia

Microinsurance innovation in Colombia

August 22, 2011    

This 2011 case study on microinsurance innovation in Colombia forms part of a series of case studies on alternative, innovative microinsurance distribution models prepared for the ILO’s Microinsurance Innovation Facility. The case study covers three channels, namely the partnership between Codensa, an electricity utility company, and the insurance company Mapfre; the model developed by the Carrefour supermarket chain with insurer Colseguros; and the partnership between the gas utility company Gas Natural and the insurance companies Chartis and Alico.


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