Conseil des ministres des assurances (CMA)
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10 July 1992, Yaoundé (Cameroon), as Conseil des ministres africains des assurances (CMA), within the framework of Inter-African Conference on Insurance Markets (CIMA), following signature by 14 African governments of Convention pour la Promotion et le Développement de L'industrie des Assurances dans les Pays Africains.
Assure realization of the objectives of the 'Convention pour la promotion et le développement de l'industrie des assurances dans les pays africains'.Available with paid subscription only.
Adopts, modifies and supplements, as necessary, common insurance legislation; defines policy of CIMA regarding training in the insurance sector; provides for application of common legislation by member states and their execution of obligations arising from the Convention; constitutes the unique authority of recourse against disciplinary actions imposed by the Regional Commission of Insurance Control; controls CIMA budget; elects members of the Regional Commission of Insurance Control, as well as members of the CIMA General Secretariat.
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Members in 14 countries
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- Assurance, Reinsurance
- Ministers, Deputies
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