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Uganda Insurers Association
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Okello Christopher Nov 14
This is just the information that we need out there. Kudos IRA
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IRA UGANDA Nov 11
Are you aware that you can now remit your Motor Third Party premium through a mobile platform? Yes you can. For those on MTN, below are the steps.
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Uganda Insurers Association Nov 7
Following the Fatal Accident this morning along Najjera-Kiwatule road, Our Member Excel Insurance Company would like to inform the Public that if you or anyone you know has been involved in the accident please contact Excel's CLAIMS MANAGER on 0706 708 995 or UIA on 0800 10 50 50
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Smart24TV Nov 7
Under Section 2 of the act, payment of motor third party insurance is compulsory for every vehicle except those owned by the Government. Watch more about Motor third party insurance by clicking on the link 👇 CC:
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Uganda Insurers Association Nov 5
Replying to @FinTechStage
The time to figure out partnerships in Africa is now. There is a disconnect btn the pace of innovation and the pace at which young startups are innovating. There needs to be dialogue between them in order for us to move –Matteo Rizzi, Co-Founder, InnoTribe &
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Uganda Insurers Association Nov 5
Replying to @The_UIA
Opportunities for insuretech to explore- impactful niche solutions, growth opportunities in growing the insurance base and in the eco-system development by allowing tech companies or digital platforms to leverage insurance as part of their eco-system
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Uganda Insurers Association Nov 5
The majority of insuretechs in Africa are developing around digital platforms which are both consumer and provider facing. Followed by new data and analytics, technology enabled partnerships, parametric insurance, peer to peer insurance and then demand based
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Uganda Insurers Association Nov 5
Happening now: discussion around insuretech- the opportunities that exist
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Uganda Insurers Association Nov 5
Replying to @The_UIA
Even where clients are taking up services such as insurance, the value proposition to SMEs is not fully understood- there needs to be a link between that identify and the service you are providing
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Uganda Insurers Association Nov 5
it is important to understand the financial needs of the SMEs in order to develop a financial identity for them and then build around that@JacquelineJumah, Digital Financial Services Market Specialist
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IRA UGANDA Nov 5
The Insurance Regulator Authority of Uganda is this afternoon appearing before the Parliamentary committee on Health to present a number of suggestions to the National Health Insurance Scheme Bill 2019. Follow back and get to know what is going on.
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Uganda Insurers Association Nov 5
All this is happening against the backdrop of regulators moving towards increased understanding and regulation of the space through the gradual roll out of enabling payments and competition laws, and exploration of regulatory sand boxing
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Uganda Insurers Association Nov 5
Replying to @The_UIA
So far in 2019, this figure has already surpassed and is well on tract to cross the $600 mark.
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Uganda Insurers Association Nov 5
Replying to @The_UIA
Since 2015, headlines about both traditional and non-traditional investments into Fintechs in African countries have become increasingly common. In 2018, over $350M was invested in our industry, according to Forbes.
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Uganda Insurers Association Nov 5
location-based data for digital insurance for small holder farmers, e.t.c by doing this, Fintechs have managed to address the limitations of traditional financial services to reach more customers in the informal and formal economy.
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Uganda Insurers Association Nov 5
Replying to @The_UIA
Fintechs are innovating in areas not limited to payments. The industry's layers are also facilitating interactive customer engagement, digital-based solutions to determine the credit worthiness of financial consumers who would otherwise not have access to loans,
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Uganda Insurers Association Nov 5
According to the World Economic Forum, sub-Saharan Africa is the only region in the world where close to 10 percent of GDP in transactions occur through mobile money- a significant step forward for the use of digital tools for payments- Peter Kawumi, chairman,
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ICPAU Nov 3
Interact & engage with Sejjaaka, Kaawaase & Co Certified Public Accountants, an accountancy firm dedicated to supporting and guiding clients to achieve success in their business by acting as trusted business advisers at the , 7 – 8 November at UMA Show grounds.
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Ghost Bae Nov 4
The panelists are discussing what it will take to increase investment in African Fintechs. We have Ali Hussein Kassim, CEO Fintexx, Alex Sea, Co founder Finov, Ms Noha Shaker, Founder & President Egyptian Fintech Association and Japheth Kawanguzi.
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MrHashTag🇺🇬 Nov 4
Government recently made a policy that all fees/tuition from public institutions should be collected by . So a digital system had to be put in place to manage transactions of these fees. And one FinTech company I know did it. says
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