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Peer-to-peer insurance (a risk sharing network where a group of associated or like-minded individuals pool their premiums together to insure against a risk) is rapidly growing overseas. Is the South African insurance market ready for this?

Ran from 14 Dec 2017 to 14 Jan 2018

The ANC is heading for an important elective conference in December which will determine the immediate future of politics in the country. Will enough be done to inspire investor confidence and avoid further rating downgrades?

Ran from 28 Nov 2017 to 12 Dec 2017

Social media is increasingly taking over our lives. You cant put a foot wrong in a world where mass audiences are just a click away. Before you we put our foot in it, should we be purchasing social media insurance?

Ran from 20 Nov 2017 to 27 Nov 2017

After the Equifax saga and South Africa’s own cyber breach, should individuals be purchasing insurance against cyber attacks?

Ran from 13 Nov 2017 to 19 Nov 2017

MTBPS: The Minister revealed that Treasury’s revenue shortfall currently stands at R50.8 billion, amounting to 4.3% of South Africa’s gross domestic product (GDP), around 38% higher than expected. Did you think that SA was in so much trouble?

Ran from 26 Oct 2017 to 12 Nov 2017

Santam still see a bright future for the intermediated model of insurance & the value that brokers offer clients. Do you agree that there is a bright future ahead for brokers?

Ran from 16 Oct 2017 to 26 Oct 2017

The first phase of RDR is upon us. Is your practice ready to move from commissions based to fees based?

Ran from 19 Sep 2017 to 15 Oct 2017

There has been a lot of debate as to whether Twin Peaks will actually benefit the financial services industry. What do you think:

Ran from 28 Aug 2017 to 15 Sep 2017

Technology has made a major impact on the industry. Disruption apart, can technology provide an answer to the cost containment conundrum that the industry faces?

Ran from 14 Aug 2017 to 27 Aug 2017

The FSB is thinking of scrapping Level II Regulatory Exam (which would have tested product knowledge) in favour of an approach that forces insurers to train staff and monitor their actions. Do you agree with this approach?

Ran from 10 Jul 2017 to 13 Aug 2017
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