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As the IIG International trip is shaping up, we have confirmed majority of our meetings and in July the visas application process will start to take place. Below is a list of most of the businesses that we are going to interact with under the theme, “Navigating Risk in Volatile times”.

Within the coming weeks, client (insureds) meetings will be finalized and we will get their perspective on the same theme but also the role the industry has played for them to navigate the business landscape.


There are limited spots left, and to secure yours, please get in touch with the IIG office on info@iig.co.za


Caisse Centrale de Reassurance (CCR)  https://www.ccr.fr/en/


CCR is a public-sector reinsurer that provides cedants operating in France with coverage against natural catastrophes and uninsurable risks. Established in 1946, today CCR ranks among the world’s top 30 reinsusers. Incorporated as a limited liability company (Société Anonyme) and wholly owned by the French State, CCR guarantees its business partners solid long-lasting relationships. The Company presents the particularity of offering unlimited cover, for specific classes of business in the French market, with the guarantee of the French State. This applies especially to natural disasters



SCOR SE – https://www.scor.com/en


Was founded in Paris 1953, and is one of the leading reinsurance companies in the world,  and offers its clients a diversified and innovative range of reinsurance and insurance solutions and services to control and manage risk. They provide Property and Casualty (P&C) and Life reinsurance solutions to their  clients. Applying “The Art & Science of Risk”, SCOR uses its industry-recognized expertise and cutting-edge financial solutions to serve its clients and contribute to the welfare and resilience of society. SCOR  has over 3,500 employees of 65 nationalities with over 30 offices around the world, services more than 5,000 clients


ASCOMA – https://www.ascoma.com/en/


ASCOMA is a company of Chedid Capital, is an international insurance brokerage group, the leading independent network in sub-Saharan Africa, designs solutions for businesses and individuals. With more than 70 years of operating in Africa and has become one of the major operators in the insurance sector, in all countries it operates. ASCOMA has more than 700 employees in 23 countries  ASCOMA combines the trust of local partners with the power of an international group that has become, over the years, the reference in insurance brokerage on the African continent for the protection of property and people.


Allianz  – https://www.allianz.com/en.html


The Allianz is one of the leading integrated financial services providers worldwide and was founded in 1890. The company serves more than 122million customers (corporate and personal) in more than 70 countries with a wide range of products, services, and solutions in insurance and asset management. The business employs more than 159,000 all over the word and have a presence in South Africa


OLEA – https://www.olea.africa/


OLEA is the insurance brokerage network serving African companies and non-established international brokers, operating in 24 countries with partners in more than 10. The creation of this brokerage network, which aims to cover the whole of Africa, serves two purposes:

  • Enable African companies, brokers and international groups to benefit from an exemplary quality of service with high added value
  • Embody an alternative to the offer of traditional actors of traditional brokerage


Marsh – https://www.marsh.com/us/home.html


Marsh Was founded in 1871 and is a  Marsh McLennan business,  a global leader in insurance broking and risk management. Provides industry-focused brokerage, consulting, and claims advocacy services, leveraging data, technology and is a strategic partner for the Global Risk Report of the World Economic Forum. Operates in more than 130 countries and employs more than 45,000 people globally with a presence on the African continent


Seche – https://www.groupe-seche.com/


Since 1985, Séché Environment provides its industrial clients and local authorities with innovative solutions to power them along their journey toward the environmental transition. One of our local businesses,  Envirosure is part of the Seche Group of companies effective June 2021. is a niche underwriting agency and a South African leader in environmental impairment cover

Article written by: Bukhosi Khumalo