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The year 2022 saw devastating floods, unprecedented heatwaves and wildfires, severe drought, hurricanes, cyclones and storms resulting from climate change and global warming which affected the insurance industry heavily. Insurers are required to manage risks which will directly and indirectly affect business, says Shiekan Insurance and Reinsurance’s Mr Salah Eldin Musa Sulieman.
Insurance providers in Egypt are faring well but more innovation is required through investing in technology to ensure sustainable businesses, says Sarwa Insurance Company’s Mr Ahmed Khalifa.
Life & health
All health insurance products in India will now cover mental illnesses in accordance with the provisions of the Mental Healthcare Act, 2017. Plum’s Ms Kriti Rastogi gave Middle East Insurance Review an update of why mental illness is still not widely covered.
Closing the life insurance protection gap and instilling a culture of financial literacy and security is a challenge for any insurer. The Continental Group’s Mr Ashok Sardana spoke to us about the gender wealth gap, earning a DIFC licence and being an advocate for financial stability.