Repositioning Insurance Broking operations after COVID-19
Insurance Broking has been severely impacted by COVID-19 like most other aspects of our normal day to day activities. Firms have had to devise new ways of doing business all over the world.
With the discovery of the vaccine and the related reduction in numbers of COVID-19 cases, there seems to be light at the end of the tunnel albeit remnants of the pandemic would remain with us for a long time.
In the light of the above, AIBA under the auspices of the AIO, is seeking to initiate a discussion on how Insurance Broking firms can reinstate broking operations to its former position where possible.
This event is taking place on Wednesday 21st April 2020 at 1100 GMT via a webinar being organized by the AIO.
To treat this topic, a distinguished panel of professionals have been invited.
- Dr. Corneille Karekezi, MD/CEO of Africa Re, Nigeria.
- Yombo Bammeke, MD/CEO of UAIB Insurance Brokers, Nigeria.
- Simon Chikumbu, Chairman of AON Re, South Africa.
- Nelson Omolo, MD of Fairsure Insurance Brokers, Kenya.
- Rihab Sinene, Reinsurance Manager of MARe, Tunisia.
The plan is for the Main Speaker to talk generally on the subject matter then the four Co-Speakers would talk to the topic from the background of the impact of the pandemic in their respective Sub-Regions of the African Continent.
The Chairman for the event would be Chief Babajide Olatunde-Agbeja, Chairman of Boff & Co Insurance Brokers, Nigeria and the Chairman of the African Insurance Brokers Association (AIBA). The Moderator would be Shaibu Ali, MD of KEK Insurance Brokers in Ghana.
The event is expected to last for about two hours.