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1 The LICI experience of selling micro
The LICI experience of selling micro insurance in Fiji LICI Microinsurance in Fiji • LICI’s MICROLIFE launched in 2011, perhaps the first of its kind in the Pacific region aims to provide low cost life insurance solutions to the underserved segments of the society, thereby promoting greater financial inclusion . • Benefits payable provided the policy is in force and all premiums are up to date: – Deat

2 h Benefit, Funeral Benefit, Maturity Ben
h Benefit, Funeral Benefit, Maturity Benefit, Accident Benefit *, Loyalty additions * • Eligibilty : Age 18 to 60yrs. Tenure -- 5 to 10 years. Sum Assured in the range of $2000 to $7000. • Auto Cover: If two full years premiums have been paid, however premium payments thereafter having been missed, Death & Funeral Benefit will still continue for a period of two years. • Total Sales of poli

3 cies with F$ 10,000 or less Sum Assured:
cies with F$ 10,000 or less Sum Assured: more than 20,000 LICI Group Micro Insurance in Fiji SPBD Life Guardian • • Insurance as a protection for loan scheme • • Sum Assured of F$ 5,000 @ Annual Premium F$ 50 • • Double Accident Benefit • • Age : 18 to 65 • • One Master Policy Issued to SPBD • • Premium deducted at the time of disbursement of Loan • • One page application form

4 • • Only pre - existing major disea
• • Only pre - existing major disease conditions excluded • • Certificate of Insurance to the member covered • • Claims routed through SPBD • • No Paid - up value under the scheme • Max. number covered: 4000 lives, 20 M Sum Assured • Claims Settled till date: 30 with total payment of F$150,000 LICI Group Micro Insurance in Fiji TISI Sangam Micro Insurance scheme • For the members

5 enrolled under TISI Sangam • Sum
enrolled under TISI Sangam • Sum Assured of F$ 1,000 to 5,000 with Accident Benefit • Funeral Expenses of 10% of Basic Sum Assured • Annual Premium F$ 14 per 1000 Sum Assured • Age : 18 to 64 • One Master Policy Issued to TISI • Premium Collected through Community Facilitators • One page application form • Only pre - existing major disease conditions excluded • Certificate of Insurance t

6 o the member covered • Claims route
o the member covered • Claims routed through TISI • No Paid - up value under the scheme • Highest number covered: 70 lives with 113,000 Sum Assured • Claims Settled: 1 with payment of F$ 5,500 Barriers in Microinsurance Marketing Compared to urban areas, microinsurance marketing in rural areas faces a number of serious challenges: • Infrastructure is less developed (roads, hospitals, teleco

7 mmunication, water and sanitation, schoo
mmunication, water and sanitation, schools) • Banking network is weaker • Weather and health risks are more widespread and severe • Population density is often low and distances are far • Underwriting is more sensitive and costly as risk exposure related to life, health, property loss and business failure is higher. • Reaching scale is more difficult. • Minimizing transactional cost • Commission p

8 ayable in individual microinsurance p
ayable in individual microinsurance products is not attractive enough for the intermediaries. Challenges for Insurers • Systems to be in place – Premium collection – Back - office administration – Claims management • Marketing strategies and distribution • Distribution Costs • Risks assessment is difficult (no mortality and morbidity tables ) • Products design must be simple Thank You