Category archives for: Insurance

LeapFrog Acquires Stake in Enterprise Group

Black Star Holding Limited (BSHL), a wholly owned subsidiary of LeapFrog Strategic African Investment (LSAI), has acquired the minority shareholder in three subsidiaries of Enterprise Group.

CDH Boss Adjudged Group CEO of Year 2016

The Group Chief Executive of CDH Financial Holdings Limited, Emmanuel Adu-Sarkodee has won the prestigious and coveted Group Chief Executive Officer of the Year Award for 2016, at the 7th Ghana Entrepreneurs and Corporate Executives Awards (GECEA) held in Accra. 

What Every Employer Should Know about Ghana’s 3-tier Pension Scheme

The Pensions Act of 2008 established a three-tier pension scheme consisting of three levels of contributions:

Côte d’Ivoire Joins the growing list of ATI’s New Member Countries

Nairobi, Kenya, April 25, 2017//– The African Trade Insurance Agency (ATI) announced today that Côte d’Ivoire has joined a growing list of African countries which are members of the institution.

SIC GHC550 Million Debt: Ivory Finance Boss Fights Back

The Executive Chairman of Ivory Finance Company Limited, Emmanuel Adu Sarkodee described claims that SIC Insurance Company Limited has paid GHC91 million to Ivory Finance as refund of loan SIC guaranteed for a real estate company as not true.

OPIC Approves $700M  for Insurance Projects in Africa, Others

The Board of Directors of the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC), the U.S. Government’s development finance institution, today approved $700 million in new financing and insurance to support four projects.

Malawi to receive $8 Million Insurance Payout from African Risk Capacity

The African Risk Capacity Insurance Company Limited (ARC Ltd) is processing an insurance payout of approximately USD 8.1 million to the Government of Malawi to support its response to the drought which resulted from the poor 2015/16 agricultural season. 

ATI Looks to Ease Investors’ Concerns

African Insurance Agency, ATI has a current project pipeline estimated at over one billion USD, which is expected to double in the short-term based on existing demand for its products in Ethiopia and Zimbabwe. 

SSP Marks Major Successful Year

SSP (, a leading global provider of general insurance technology systems and solutions, continues to expand its African insurer customer base, and is delighted to announce one go-live and four new deals so far in 2016. 

Ghana: Major Insurance Companies to lose Licenses

10 indigenous insurance companies are of risk losing their licenses if they fail to meet the new minimum recapitalization requirement set by the Nation Insurance Commission (NIC).

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