In recent years Morocco’s insurance sector has consolidated its strong position, with the growing middle class, tax advantages and fierce competition between bancassurers giving a notable dynamism to the life insurance segment. Morocco is the second-largest insurance market in Africa in terms of gross premium, and ranks highly for both insurance density and penetration. Furthermore, regulatory reforms are helping to cement the strong financial position of insurance players and broaden the range of obligatory and discretionary insurance products available. As the insurance sector matures, its players are increasingly looking to international markets to grow their businesses. This chapter contains an interview with Ramses Arroub, CEO, Wafa Insurance.