Publication Date: 9th June 2022
Authors: Dennis Noordhoek, Bill Marcoux, Kai-Uwe Schanz
With climate-change-related events, COVID-19 and other catastrophes increasing societal vulnerability, it is of great concern that insurance penetration in emerging markets remains low. Our research examines the role that public policy and regulation play in developing a robust and competitive re/insurance market to help protect societies, support economic development and increase resilience.
This summary accompanies the report, produced in collaboration with the Insurance Development Forum, Insurance Development in Emerging Markets: The role of public policy and regulation.