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.

AIE 2019: Best. Conference. Ever.
Excitement is mounting at AIE headquarters ahead of this year’s insurance conference, with some phenomenal plans under way to ensure the organising committee delivers the best conference ever! CN&CO is proud to be part of the team organising this year’s conference on behalf of the Insurance Institute of South Africa (IISA) and the South African Insurance Association (SAIA). Read more

If you haven’t yet booked your spot for the AIE Conference, you can do so here:

COVER Magazine

  • Insuring weird and wonderful high-net-worth items
    Getting insurance for your household contents & motor vehicles is pretty standard procedure. However, how does one go about insuring a memorabilia collection worth about R750 000, or a new Rolls Royce that was bought for R12 million, then personalisation in Italy, resulting in the car arriving in SA worth about R25 million? That’s where Elite Risk Acceptances comes in to play. Read more
  • Get to grips with the benefits from your employer
    Insuring your ability to earn an income, and ensuring your loved ones are taken care of if something happens to you, is a top priority for many of us. At a bare minimum, this usually entails life insurance or critical illness cover. It must be noted there are some key differences between taking out this cover in your personal capacity & when it is provided as part of a group arrangement through your company. Read more

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FA news

  • Befriending the legislative monster
    FAnews recently published a newsletter which provided a detailed description about what insurers and intermediaries will need to do to ensure compliance with the first four pillars of the Protection of Private Information Act (POPIA). Read more
  • And the winner is…
    The announcement of the winner took place last night, 26 March, at The Venue in Sandton when Colin Lunsky (HTI Insurance Brokers) was announced as the winner of The Insurance Apprentice 2019. Read more

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FIA Week@AGLANCE

  • FIA Insight March 2019 magazine
    FAnews recently published a newsletter which provided a detailed description about what insurers and intermediaries will need to do to ensure compliance with the first four pillars of the Protection of Private Information Act (POPIA). Read more
  • Lombard’s Collections Guarantees solution #IGFPoliciesTermination
    Lombard Insurance have close on 30 years’ experience in delivering guarantees across multiple industries. Our differentiator is in understanding the nuances of different markets, the client and beneficiary specific requirements and the related situational risk. This insight allows us to structure specialist guarantees that best suit our clients’ needs. Read more

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Risk Africa Magazine

  • How IFRS 17 will affect your business
    Taking effect in South Africa on 1 January 2021, the overall objective of IFRS 17 is to provide a more useful and consistent accounting model for insurance contracts among global insurance providers. But how will this affect your business? Read more
  • Sanlam acquires stake in Soras
    Sanlam has acquired a 63% stake in the insurance services group headquartered in Rwanda. Read more

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