Insurers Lobby Inks Deal with Bruh Finance

Oct 15 , 2022

Bruh Finance and the Ethiopian Insurers Association, an industry lobby group, have inked deals to jointly provide insurers with training and technical support in compliance with the Chartered Insurance Institute standards. The supports include professional capacity building, technology transfer, and expanding life insurance products. Established in 1990, the Association works to promote and advance the insurance industry and acts as a medium of consultation and communication with the National Bank of Ethiopia (NBE), the regulatory agency. Bruh Finance works with various financial institutions in different countries: Chartered Insurance Institute, GB & CO Chartered Accountants, The London Institute of Banking & Finance, and CISI Education Partner - to accelerate the competence of financial institutions by providing banking, insurance, and capital market support with internationally recognized insurance experts. Close to two dozen insurers provide general and life insurance services.



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