By CORRESPONDENT, NAIROBI, Kenya, Jul 9- GreenTec Capital, a German investment boutique focused on African start-ups, has entered into an investment agreement with Bismart, a Kenyan start-up insurance aggregator leveraging on digital platforms and technologies to educate and advice customers on the best insurance and investment solutions available in the Kenya market. GreenTec, headquartered in
Insurance frauds will pay 10 times the amount swindled if MPs pass a new law. The Insurance (Amendment) Bill, 2018 further proposes insurance fraudsters be jailed for a period not exceeding five years. The bill by National Assembly’s Finance committee chairman Joseph Limo on behalf of the National Treasury states one is guilty of an
About 16 insurance firms will this Friday fight for awards in a quiz competition by an agency seeking to professionalise the sector. Insurance Institute of Kenya says the firms whose teams emerge top in the competition will get cash, trophies and a fees waiver. Communications chief Christine Ronga said the quiz is part of the
The Insurance Regulatory Authority plans to publish new regulations governing Islamic based insurance products commonly referred to as Takaful before the end of this year. The authority says it has finished drafting those regulations and awaiting treasury’s approval. The Islamic based insurance is expected to register close to two billion shillings worth of business this
If you visit healthcare facilities – whether in the villages or towns – you are likely to notice the proliferation of posters offering financial assistance, screaming messages such as “instant credit” or “loans within 48 hours”. It is by design, not accident, that microfinance institutions and other credit companies find customers in hospitals. Being sick
On the 25th of June 2018, IIB (Insurance Information Bureau) in conjunction with Strathmore business school hosted the Africa Insurance Summit at the Kenya School of Monetary Studies. Insurance leaders from Africa convened for a two-day conference to discuss how the African Insurance Market can leverage disruptive technologies to create growth opportunities and shape the
We have received our ISO 9001:2008 certificate which is proof that we have come of age and that our dream to become the leading most reliable insurance brokerage house in the region is not farfetched. We are committed to our clients in providing valuable and professional services at all times.
We ensure safe and secure payments using Credit Cards like Visa and accept mobile money payments like MPESA through the main mobile money networks. We make sure that all payments on our platform are recorded and securely transmitted.