Implications of COVID-19 for the sustainability of insurers in sub-Saharan Africa

Implications of COVID-19 for the sustainability of insurers in sub-Saharan Africa

June 25, 2020    

Webinar: The impact of COVID-19 on the sustainability of African insurance markets

Our research in partnership with FSD Africa shows that many insurers in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) were already vulnerable before the onset of COVID-19 and that the effects of the pandemic will heighten this vulnerability. What are the medium and longer-term effects we expect to see?

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