Economy & Politics

Cameroon: more than 400 billion FCFA of investments by insurance companies

Théophile Moulong, President of ASAC.

The insurance sector is constantly fluctuating, with an upward trend observed in recent years. Pending consolidated figures for the last fiscal year, which the Coronavirus pandemic could delay their publication, everything suggests that insurance is widening its furrow. Despite a still low penetration rate hovering around 2% as is the general trend within the Inter-African Conference on Insurance Markets (CIMA) of which Cameroon constitutes the second market,

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Achille Mbog Pibasso graduated in journalism and business communication. Particularly interested in economics and finance, he is also a political fanatic. His experience as an agency allows him to deal with all current topics.

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