Author: Adesina Alewale

Economic risk set to outweigh health risks post-Covid, warns Control Risks

Economic risk set to outweigh health risks post-Covid, warns Control Risks

African economies are facing a challenging time post-Covid with associated political and security risk implications according to a new report from Con [...]
Africa forging ahead in tackling financial crime

Africa forging ahead in tackling financial crime

African countries have made great strides in strengthening commitments and capacity to achieve tax transparency and exchange information on illicit fu [...]
Training launched to help insurers ahead of disaster shocks

Training launched to help insurers ahead of disaster shocks

Training will help build the knowledge of the private sector, African governments and the international community to better carry out financial planni [...]
Six insurers join IFC in enabling lending to emerging markets

Six insurers join IFC in enabling lending to emerging markets

AXA XL, Aspen Insurance, Everest Insurance, Liberty Specialty Markets, Munich Re and Tokio Marine HCC have all teamed up with IFC, a member of the Wor [...]
Africa must make changes post Covid to tackle climate change

Africa must make changes post Covid to tackle climate change

A post coronavirus recovery in Africa should address the fundamental causes of vulnerabilities and go beyond fiscal and monetary adjustments whose sol [...]
Insurers urged to join UN ESG movement to address climate change risks

Insurers urged to join UN ESG movement to address climate change risks

The lack of adequate drinking water is fast becoming a major risk for business and wider society alike, with recent flooding highlighting the issue ac [...]
Ghana moves towards digital payments to boost financial inclusion

Ghana moves towards digital payments to boost financial inclusion

The Ghanaian government has launched a new plan to boost financial inclusion through increased use of digital payments. The Ministry of Finance has l [...]
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