Industry News

Africa: Top Risks for April 2021

The coming month is likely to see an intensification of militant activity in several areas, with an escalation in violence in north-eastern Nigeria and western Niger, and an attack in northern Ivory Coast signaling the resilience of regional insurgencies in the Sahel and Lake Chad regions. In Mozambique, militants conducted a major attack on an oil and gas sector hub in north-eastern Cabo Delgado province, dispelling claims that the insurgency is on the back foot. Election related unrest will present a sustained threat in Chad, Benin, and Uganda, while worsening political and socio-economic issues will drive a heightened likelihood of demonstrations in Algeria, southern Iraq, Senegal, and Yemen. In Jordan, protests have erupted over the perceived mishandling of the COVID-19 crisis. Further COVID-19 restrictive measures in Kenya threaten to disrupt local travel and stimulate popular frustrations.

Click here to learn more.

Congratulations to the 2nd Annual iTOO Broker Award Winners

The iTOO Broker Awards 2021 were held on Tuesday, 9 November 2021, recognising insurance brokers and brokerages that have continued to make strides...

12 November 2021

Demand for product recall insurance spikes as businesses race to secure comprehensive cover

Our Contaminated Product and Recall Insurance expert, Catia Folgore sheds light on how potential recall of products can send a...

12 October 2021

Why you should consider contaminated product recall insurance

The recent headlines have reported that South Africa’s biggest food manufacturer issued a product recall for certain KOO and...

28 July 2021