The 44th Conference and Annual General Assembly of the African Insurance Organisation will take place at the Common Wealth Speke Resort in Kampala, Uganda from the 21st to 24th May, 2017.
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The conference and General Assembly of the African Insurance Organisation (AIO) is an annual event which brings together insurance professionals from all the continents to discuss issues on which insurers need to focus. This is in line with one of the objectives of the AIO – to develop a healthy insurance sector in Africa. An average of 850 participants attended the last three conferences.
This year’s conference is holding from 21st to 24th May in Kampala, Uganda – the Pearl of Africa (in the words of Sir Winston Churchill). It has been 18 years since the country hosted the AIO conference and I believe that many would want to find out how the local insurance industry has grown since then.
The theme of the conference is “Furthering the Financial Inclusion Agenda of African Nations through Insurance.” With the exception of South Africa, followed by Namibia and Mauritius, the insurance penetration in Africa is extremely low, hence the aptness of the theme. Experts drawn from different countries will examine several topics in the light of this theme.
As usual the conference presents an excellent opportunity for networking and for the various professional associations to meet and discuss matters of mutual interest.
Outside the conference hall, the adventurous participant is given a chance to discover the breathtaking beauty of Uganda.
We look forward to seeing you in Kampala.