Public Private Dialogue (PPD) is a major platform to attain the rationale of the MEFIN Network, a network of insurance regulatory authorities in Asia working for a peer-to-peer exchange of knowledge and experiences with the insurance industry. Regulators and insurance industry leaders in the MEFIN member countries, Indonesia, Mongolia, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines and Vietnam, will come together to discuss experiences in regulation and supervision, technology and distribution and financial literacy and awareness.
This year, the MEFIN PPD will be conducted in partnership with Munich Re Foundation and Microinsurance Network, deepening the knowledge and insights on inclusive insurance through the Learning Sessions on Microinsurance where international experts will discuss Disaster Risk Insurance for SMEs and Agriculture and MicroHealth. On top of an enriching discussion on MI, the participants have this rare opportunity to contribute to the MI Roadmap in Asia as APFF and ABAC co-organize with GIZ RPFI Asia II, secretariat to MEFIN, a workshop in getting inputs for the roadmap, targeted for submission to the APEC meeting in November 2017.
A MEFIN Organizational Meeting will be held on Day 1 to discuss and approve the 2017 work plans of the 4 MEFIN technical working groups: technical working group on regulation and supervision (TRS), technical working group on business models (TBM), technical working group on capacity building (TCB) and technical working groups on knowledge management (TKM).