After a little over a year in existense, the Insurance Institute of Botswana had the honour of hosting its first ever annual conference on the 19th and 20th of October.
Having played host to the Institute's Worker's Compensation Forum earlier on in the year, the prestigious TraveLodge Hotel was gracious enough to have us again for our conference. Held under the theme "GROWTH, INCLUSION, SUSTAINABILITY", the conference welcomed a throng of delegates. Some of the attendants travelling from as far as Mauritius and the United Kingdom to either speak or to get a feel of the local insurance industry as presented by representatives on behalf of the Institute.
The day was started off by the CEO of NBFIRA (Non-Bank Financial Institutions Regulatory Authority) with the opening address, officially kicking off the conference. The speakers that would follow on in the day included;
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