At CN&CO we love to be informed about the insurance industry – with so much happening it can be easy to miss a story! So make sure you get the weekly recap of main stories from this week that you may have missed.

COVER Magazine

  • Insurance 2019
    Tony Van Niekerk, Editor of COVERMagazine chatted with  David Saunders, CEO of Cenfri about “Insurance in 2019 & the Exciting Times that lie ahead”. Listen to the podcast and see what he had to say. Listen to Podcast
  • Business interruption insurance critical
    Business interruption insurance is largely misunderstood and as a result, the sums insured are often wholly insufficient to cover a catastrophic loss and the increased costs of working during the recovery period, explains Tony Webster of insurance brokerage and risk advisors, Aon South Africa. Read more

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FA news

  • Class of use causes implications
    After many years of challenges, 2018 proved to be a year of quite a few adjustments for many insurers. Some insurers found that there were opportunities in adjusting to a new paradigm where business and distribution models came under intense scrutiny. Read more
  • LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION…The Insurance Apprentice takes five
    With much anticipation, filming of The Insurance Apprentice 2019 has begun at Old Mutual Insure. Viewers are in for a big treat this year as new twists and turns are set to bring in a whole new ball game for the apprentices; from contestants to personalities, to judges and tasks. Read more

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FIA Week@AGLANCE

  • 2019: The year of stability – FIA Insight January 2019 out now
    The January edition of the FIA Insight magazine is hitting the shelves this week. Read more
  • Getting to grips with ‘Silent Cyber’ – Misconceptions About Cyber Insurance and what it covers
    As cyber risk becomes more ubiquitous, costing the globe up to R8.6 trillion a year – attacks such as NotPetya and WannaCry remind us that digital world risks are moving into the physical world with crippling business interruption, legal fees and massive damage to brands and reputation. Read more

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Risk Africa Magazine

  • Healthcare in 2019: a challenging year
    he healthcare industry is still in a state of flux and there remains much uncertainty because of significant proposed changes to the regulatory and legislative landscape. Read more
  • Financial adviser ordered to repay R1.3 million to former student
    A Bloemfontein financial adviser has been ordered by the FAIS ombud to repay R1.3 million to a former student after advising her to invest in The Villa property syndication scheme, which was marketed by Sharemax Investments.  Read more

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