Access to Insurance Initiative (A2ii)
The Access to Insurance Initiative is a global partnership with the mission to inspire and support supervisors to promote inclusive and responsible insurance, thereby reducing vulnerability. The Initiative is the implementation partner of the Global Standard Setting Body for insurance, the International Association of Insurance Supervisors (IAIS) on access to insurance.
Asian Development Bank (ADB)
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) is a regional development bank established in 1966 to facilitate economic development of countries in Asia. With $21.57 billion in approved financing in 2012 and 3,045 employees from 61 of its 67 members, ADB - in partnership with member governments, independent specialists and other financial institutions - is focused on delivering projects that create economic and development impact.
The Network's mission is to promote the development and delivery of effective insurance services for low-income people by encouraging shared learning, facilitating knowledge generation and dissemination, and providing a multi-stakeholder platform. In support of its mission, the Microinsurance Network distils and disseminates lessons learnt to promote client-driven and good-value insurance, raises awareness on the demand and potential for microinsurance among key stakeholders and contributes to the development of good practices for the industry.
The Munich Re Foundation is a charitable organization, which was founded by Munich Re, an internationally operating reinsurance company. The foundation started its work on 7 April 2005. Its main topics are environmental and climatic change, microinsurance, water as a resource and risk factor, and disaster prevention.
Responsible Finance Forum
The Responsible Finance Forum (RFF) brings together multiple organizations in a Community of Practice for knowledge exchange and consensus building on responsible finance.
("RIICE") Remote sensing-based Information and Insurance for Crops in Emerging economies
Remote sensing-based Information and Insurance for Crops in Emerging economies (“RIICE”) is a public-private partnership aiming to reduce the vulnerability of rice smallholder farmers in low-income countries in Asia and beyond.
MEFIN Group of Experts
In response to the capacity building needs of MEFIN countries, a Group of Experts was identified from among the regulators who have attended regional trainings conducted by RFPI with the guidance of A2ii. As a training initiative of MEFIN, the members of the Group of Experts shall implement support activities such as training and other capacity building activities, especially on thematic areas, of their respective institutions in support to the development of new regulatory measures and new business models.