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German Development Cooperation GIZ- RFPI Asia
Study Report April 2017
GIZ are pleased to share with you the study on “Public Financial Attitudes, Behaviors and Online Transactions in Leyte and Agusan del Norte”.
This study will provide an overview of the Non-Life insurance industry in the Philippine on online client behavior, which could promote the expansion of access to microinsurance, through this platform. GIZ request the publishing of this study through the PIRA portal to enable access by more Non-Life insurance companies in the Philippines.
The Philippine Insurers and Reinsurers Association (PIRA) signed a memorandum of understanding with various stakeholders in the insurance industry to promote collaboration and unity, which PIRA sees as key to the industry's growth and resilience.
Asia Pacific College Chairman Ramon Dimacali raises the plaque of the new BS in Business Administration major in Risk and Insurance management course during its launch recently. With him are other officials of APC, the Insurance Institute for Asia and the Pacific (IIAP), and the Philippine Insurers and Reinsurers Association (PIRA).
April 02 – 06 (Monday to Friday)
PIRA Office Conference Room
6th Floor, ALGO Center, 162 L.P. Leviste Street.
Salcedo Village, Makati City
The Motor Car Sub-Committee in coordination with the project developer NDPH conducted a PIRA-MCIS User Acceptance Testing.
The Philippines insurance regulator has warned companies under its supervision and the general public about the risk involved in cryptocurrency trading.
The Philippines’ Insurance Commission has warned insurers, pre-need companies, health maintenance organizations (HMOs), mutual benefit associations, brokerages and agencies, as well as the public about the risks of engaging in digital currency transactions, particularly when used as an investment vehicle.