This chapter includes the following articles.
The insurance sector has enjoyed a dynamic half-decade. Strong and sustained economic growth since 2012 has made the industry increasingly attractive, prompting the arrival of multiple new competitors aiming to establish a foothold in West Africa’s biggest insurance market. From its low base, insurance penetration should continue to increase, thereby encouraging overall expansion. With stricter regional insurance rules forcing insurers to strengthen their financial positions, non-compliance by providers should be reduced, easing efforts to expand insurance penetration to new pockets of the population.
This chapter contains an interview with Roger Eugène Boa Johnson, President, Association of Insurance Companies of Côte d’Ivoire.