MICROINSURANCE COMMITTEE

The Microinsurance Committee is responsible for developing the interest of the profession in all areas related to Microinsurance.

The committee sets out to identify issues relating to Microinsurance that are relevant to the South African actuarial profession.

The committee has set the following objectives:

  • Identify and contribute to the emerging technical and practice needs of members relating to the growing area of Microinsurance.
  • Maintain links with other Practice Area Committees and with other overseas actuarial bodies, including the IAA, and other relevant organisations and professional and industry bodies, both in South Africa and internationally.

Licensed micro insurers require a Head of Actuarial Function. According to Actuarial Society rules, this person must have a current Microinsurance Practising Certificate. The Actuarial Society issues these after view by the Microinsurance Committee and they are valid for four years.

If you are looking for an Associate or Fellow to act as your Head of Actuarial Function, please request the list of members with current Microinsurance Practising Certificates from the committee by contacting the committee secretary.

 

If you are interested in joining this committee please click HERE for more information.

The committee members are as follows:

Member Initials Professional Matters Research Events / CPD Website Other
David Kirk DK PAC chair
Janice Angove JA x x (chair) PAC deputy chair
Alex Kühnast AK x
Dalisu Dube DD x
Giulia Tognon GT FSCA rep
Iwona Smit IS PA rep
Marcus Pillay MP x
Melusi Baloyi MB x
Nabeelah Kolia NK x (chair) x
Niel Fourie NF Council rep
Nigel Bowman NB
Nokuthula Moyo NM x
Peru Govindasamy PG x PAC secretary
Richard Montgomery RM x
Shingirai Muchenje SM x x
Thandi Mcizana TM x
Theo Mokgatlhe TMo x x
Tian Zhang TZ x  x (chair)

Forthcoming Events:

Past Events:

  • Learning Sessions: Inclusive insurance business models for Africa – 14-15 August, Zanzibar
  • Microinsurance Conference – #15thIMC – Inclusive Insurance for Emerging Markets: Coping with Climate Risk
    5 – 7 November 2019, Dhaka, Bangladesh
  • Consultative Forum on Climate and Disaster Risk: building resilience, bridging the protection gap : Live Forum

Microinsurance HAFs are required to adhere to APN106/403 in their roles.

Refer to Standards of Practice and Guidance Notes: HERE

You can contact Peru Govindasamy.

If you are interested in joining this committee please click HERE for more information.