Accra, Ghana//-Ghana’s population is facing a risk of uninsured citizens although the country can boast of about 44 insurance firms, comprising of 17 life insurance companies and 27 non-life insurance companies, according to data from the National Insurance Commission (NIC).
During the Covid-19 crisis another outbreak has happened in cyber space: a digital pandemic driven by ransomware. Malware attacks that encrypt company data and systems and demand a ransom payment for release are surging globally.
Accra, Ghana//-aYo Intermediaries Ghana Limited, a leading microinsurance companyhas increased its maximum premium from GH¢ 4 to GH¢ 6 to give more to its existing and potential customers.
African microinsurance fintech aYo Holdings, together with telecommunications giant MTN and Sanlam Life has launched two innovative insurance products in Côte d’Ivoire that will contribute towards MTN subscribers enjoying peace of mind.
Paris, France//-OLEA, the Africa-wide insurance specialist, is accelerating its expansion on the continent by setting up in Angola. The company announced today that it has acquired a majority stake in AIB Angola, the leading Angolan brokerage.
Accra, Ghana//-Africa’s leading e-Commerce platform, Jumia has partnered Ghana’s favourite insurance group, Hollard Ghana to make insurance policies easily accessible online.