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Toward an efficient and sustainable microinsurance market

Toward an efficient and sustainable microinsurance market

the regulatory perspective

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Published by Institute of Microfinance in Dhaka .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementSyed M. Ahsan, Subhasish Barua, Jaimie Tax
The Physical Object
Pagination21 p.
Number of Pages21
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25079980M
LC Control Number2011350596

microinsurance on society (Apostolakis, Van Dijk, & Drakos, ). Performance measurement is important for an evolving industry like microinsurance. This study will highlight factors that shape microinsurance impact on poverty alleviation. Not much work has been done to assess the performance of microinsurance. The fact that it. microinsurance regulatory issues and the many open questions in these documents, are ample proof of this. Microinsurance Regulation as an Emerging Field Experts agree that microinsurance is a growing field, which requires getting to grips with the issue of regulation. New microinsurance institutions are emerging, while microfinance.

Though the microinsurance market has a tremendous potential, Alex Bernhardt from Guy Carpenter notes that microreinsurance does not yet play an efficient role toward the enhancement of the microinsurance market place. He explains the role Guy Carpenter intends to play as a facilitator of microinsurance growth and expansion by bridging some of. Ubom, U.B., Williams, A.J. and Ubom, A.U., Microinsurance, Micro investments and Sustainable Development in Nigeria. Expert Journal of Finance, 5, pp. 42 assets and other properties and encouragement of the investors to venture into business. This is in the hope ofAuthor: Akpan J. Williams, Anthonia U. Ubom, Uduak B. Ubom.

The Technical Working Group on Microinsurance reviewed and revised the definition of microinsurance product to consider developments in the market for risk protection among the poor. 6 The five percent (5%) ceiling for premium for microinsurance considers improved efficiency in the Insurance Industry result ‐. For an effective microinsurance market, it is a pre-requisite to have an efficient regulatory structure that is ready for such developments. Such readiness is a function of the following aspects: markets often prescribe strict Regulatory capacity: For effective implementation of microinsurance regulation it is necessary to have a.


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Toward an Efficient and Sustainable Microinsurance Market: The Regulatory Perspective While both microcredit and microinsurance products in the developing world have essentially emerged in a regulatory vacuum, the general consensus appears to be that self-regulation may have thus far served the global microcredit industry adequately.

Ahsan, Syed M. and Barua, Shubhasish and Tax, Jaimie (): Toward an efficient and sustainable Microinsurance market: The regulatory perspective. Published in: Macro Dynamics of Micro Finance (): pp. Munich Personal RePEc Archive Toward an efficient and sustainable Microinsurance market: The regulatory perspective Ahsan, Syed M.

and Barua, Shubhasish and Tax, Jaimie Institute of Microfinance (InM) April Online at MPRA Paper No. posted 09 Jan UTC. Toward an Efficient and Sustainable Microinsurance Market: The Regulatory Perspective.

The regulatory framework therefore has to target multiple goals such as to foster market innovations (in terms of product design and the institutional delivery mechanism), to protect the policy.

Toward an efficient and sustainable Microinsurance market: The regulatory perspective By Syed M. Ahsan, Shubhasish Barua and Jaimie Tax Get PDF (5 MB). Toward an efficient and sustainable Microinsurance market: The regulatory perspective Syed Ahsan (), Shubhasish Barua and Jaimie Tax MPRA Paper from University Library of Cited by: 4.

microinsurance penetration across all social classes. Building a sustainable microinsurance market Regulatory intervention, suitable technology and consumer education are the three key enabling factors for the sustainable development of a microinsurance market, said attendees at a seminar in Tunis.

The scope the book is both to investigate the linkage between disaster risk reduction and microinsurance and to address possible combinations of loans, savings and insurance schemes for low-income people to provide them with appropriate solutions for at least a partial risk reduction.

hopes you find this year’s edition of The State of Microinsurance a stimulating and productive read, and that the ideas and proposals presented herein will help lay an additional brick in the construction of a sustainable, efficient and productive microinsurance system to the benefit of both the industry and the end clients.

Jenny Glaesener-NasrFile Size: 1MB. Toward an Efficient and Sustainable Microinsurance Market: The Regulatory Perspective Working Papers, Institute of Microfinance (InM) View citations (1) Also in MPRA Paper, University Library of Munich, Germany () View citations (1) The Efficiency Loss of Capital Income Taxation under Imperfect Loss Offset Provisions.

LANDSCAPE OF MICROINSURANCE IN GHANA 01 1 Counted based on primary cover of the policies SECTION EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Introduction Microinsurance is an important mechanism for managing uncertainties and vulnerabilities of low-income segments of the population.

In Ghana, microinsurance industry. The sTaTe oF Microinsurance - 6 Global economy as rudi h. spaan, President and ceo of aig hong Kong, highlighted at the asian insurance review’s conference on “Value of insurance for development” last april, insurance underpins all daily economic activity across the globe.

if all insurance contracts were suspended for just one day. "Toward an efficient and sustainable Microinsurance market: The regulatory perspective," MPRA PaperUniversity Library of Munich, Germany. Youngjae Lim & Robert Townsend, " General Equilibrium Models of Financial Systems: Theory and Measurement in Village Economies," Review of Economic Dynamics, Elsevier for the Society for Cited by: 4.

The Microinsurance Innovation Facility’s research programme provides an opportunity to explore the potential and challenges of microinsurance. The Facility’s Microinsurance Papers series aims to document and disseminate key learnings from our partners’ research activities.

More knowledge is definitely needed to tackle key challenges and File Size: KB. Keywords Financial Inclusion Micro Investments Microinsurance Sustainable Development JEL Classification N27, N87, O55, Q01, E22, G21 Full Article 1.

Introduction. Insurance anywhere in the world is seen as the most effective risk management technique. It allows the transfer of risk from one person, called the insured, to another person who specializes in risk : Akpan J.

Williams, Anthonia U. Ubom, Uduak B. Ubom. Ahsan, Syed M., Shubhasish Barua & Jaimie Tax, “Toward an Efficient and Sustainable Microinsurance Market: The Regulatory Perspective” in Lazar, D, P.

Natarajan &. Assessment of microinsurance as emerging microfinance for the poor: The case of the Philippines. Mandaluyong City, Philippines: Asian Development Bank, 1.

Microinsurance. Microfinance. Philippines. Asian Development Bank. The views expressed in this publication are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views and.

microinsurance, from product development and training to research and advocacy. Our team has implemented microinsurance activities in over 70 countries during the last twenty years. Mission: To get SUAVE (simple, understood, accessible, valuable, and efficient) microinsurance products in the hands of 3 billion people across the globe.

Market conduct issues and thereby foster an environment that makes microinsurance sustainable and feasible in an integrated manner by combining, inter alia, the following aspects: regulation and supervision of microinsurance after keeping in mind their specific.

Health Risks in Bangladesh: Can Microinsurance Prevent Vulnerability to Poverty? Bookmark| Download | Views: Syed M. Ahsan and Shubhasish Barua: April, Toward an Efficient and Sustainable Microinsurance Market: The Regulatory Perspective Bookmark| Download | Views: Syed M.

Ahsan, Shubhasish Barua and Jaimie L. Tax: April, Sustainable performance in microinsurance offering in low-income markets is important to ensure that the service simultaneously achieves corporate profitability and poverty alleviation.

Sustainable performance requires a balanced integration of supply and demand factors in the offering of the : Emmanuel Mutambara.MicroInsurance Centre is a consulting firm dedicated to generating access to valuable microinsurance products to 3 billion low-income people across the globe.