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La Asociación Peruana de Empresas de Seguros -APESEG - es una institución sin fines de lucro que agrupa y representa a todas las Compañías de Seguros y Reaseguros establecidas en el país. Eduardo Morón Pastor acualmente es Presidente de APESEG. También es Profesor Principal de la Facultad de Economía de la Universidad del Pacífico.

 





In collaboration with the Microinsurance Network, Munich Re Foundation organised the first annual International Microinsurance Conference in 2005. At these conferences, representatives from NGOs around the world and from development aid organisations as well as regulatory, supervisory, policy and insurance industry experts meet to exchange information and views, and discuss the challenges involved in extending insurance to low-income households.




The Microinsurance Network is the only global multi-stakeholder platform of microinsurance industry and experts committed to promoting the development and delivery of valuable insurance services for low-income people. We are a member-based organisation with some 80 institutional members from over 40 countries, stemming from the insurance industry, as well as governmental and development organisations.The Network is a non-profit organisation and has its legal base in Luxembourg.

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The CEAR seeks to develop the topic of risk into a well-defined, inter-disciplinary area of study, research and policy. Risk is studied in many academic disciplines already. In some cases the tools are similar, but not always, and often the research questions and applications differ markedly across these fields. CEAR will leverage the development of a dialogue between researchers and policy makers in these areas in an effort to arbitrage differences in knowledge across these areas.

GIZ has over 50 years of experience in a wide variety of areas, including economic development and employment, energy and the environment, and peace and security. The diverse expertise of our federal enterprise is in demand around the globe, with the German Government, European Union institutions, the United Nations and governments of other countries all benefiting from our services. The German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) is our main commissioning party, but we also work with the private sector, fostering successful interaction between development policy and foreign trade.

A2ii supports supervisors with providing critical knowledge products on financial inclusion topics. Activities include the development of global and regional learning tools and evidence-based synthesis of regulatory good practices to inform the IAIS globally accepted insurance standards (Insurance Core Principles, ICPs). A2ii also aims at assisting policymakers and supervisors with the proportionate and access-oriented implementation of the ICPs in national regulation and supervisory frameworks. As implementation partner of the IAIS on access to insurance, the Initiative’s activities are embedded within the IAIS structure. 

The ILO's Impact Insurance Facility works intensively with governments, insurers and other stakeholders to strengthen insurance markets and embed insurance in strategies to reduce the vulnerability of populations and boost the productivity of economies. Each of these three elements is essential. Only by delivering innovation and capacity on a far greater scale, and bringing together public and private players across the globe, are we making impact insurance a reality.

 Cenfri is an independent think tank based in Cape Town. Our mission is to support financial inclusion and financial sector development through facilitating better regulation and market provision of financial services. We do this by conducting research, providing advice and developing capacity building programmes for regulators, donors, financial service providers and other parties operating in the low-income market. In collaboration with key partners and funders we actively engage across Africa, Latin America and Asia.