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  • Improving members competitiveness is all about promoting best practice among members to make them more efficient and more competitive. The catalyst for cooperation refers to us bringing members together and communicating best practices via network meetings and other communication tools. Differentiating the sector is about promoting our sector and its value to external stakeholders including media, regulators, government, general public and members.
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    • 1. Getting Value from the ICMIF Network through Collaboration ICMIF Development Network Seminar New Delhi, India December 7, 2010 Edward Potter, Executive Director ICMIF/Regional Association for The Americas (ICMIF/Americas - formerly AAC/MIS)
    • 2. Afternoon Agenda
      • Getting Value from the ICMIF Network through Collaboration (13:30 – 15:00)
        • Bernardo Miranda
        • Josée St-Hillaire
      • Coffee Break and Delegate Exhibition (15:00 – 16:30)
      • Taking It Home: Processing What We Have Learned (6:30 – 17:00)
      • Closing Remarks – U.S. Awasthi, M.D., CEO IFFCO India (17:00 – 17:30)
    • 3. The Global Network of Cooperative and Mutual Insurers A Global Reach for Local Strength A Local Reach for Global Strength
        • International Cooperative and Mutual Insurance Federation
        • founded in 1922
      Europe Middle East & Africa Asia & Oceania 209 Members in 72 countries
    • 4. What is ICMIF/Americas?
      • Originally founded in 1979 as AAC/MIS – celebrated its 30 th anniversary last year!
      • An Inter-American regional association of ICMIF consisting of 63 cooperative and mutual insurance organizations
      • Members located in 20 countries throughout N orth, Central, and South America & the Caribbean
      • Mission: To support and develop effective and viable popular-based insurance organizations throughout the Americas.
    • 5. ICMIF Value Formula Improving members’ competitiveness x Catalyst for co-operation x Differentiating the sector                                                                                         
    • 6. Member engagement Member engagement Communications Events
    • 7.
      • The only thing that will redeem mankind is cooperation.
      • - Bertrand Russell Philosopher
    • 8.
      • In my humble opinion, non-cooperation with evil is as much a duty as is
      • cooperation with good.
    • 9. Roots of Collaboration
      • Common unmet needs
      • Doing together what you can’t accomplish alone
      • Willingness to share:
        • Resources (monetary and/or human)
        • Information
        • Knowledge/Expertise
        • Experience
        • Risks and Rewards
      • Aspects of Successful Collaboration
      • #1 LEADERSHIP
      • Good communication
      • Trust
      • Shared vision, goals and plan
      • Shared values
      • Mutual win/win
      • Flexibility
    • 10. Bernardo Miranda Actuary/Consultant SOCODEVI, ICMIF/Americas, LARG The Experience of Integration of the Latin American Reinsurance Group
    • 11. Josée St-Hillaire Senior Director of Development Desjardins Développent International Cooperation At Work
    • 12. A LOCAL reach for GLOBAL strength 8400 Westpark Drive, Second Floor McLean, Virginia 22102 USA Tel: +1 703 245-8077 Fax: +1 703 610-9005 E-mail: info@aacmis.org Web: www.aacmis.org धन्यवाद Merci Thank You Gracias
    • 13. ICMIF Development Network Exhibition
    • 14. Taking It Home: Processing What We’ve Learned ICMIF Development Network Seminar New Delhi, India December 7, 2010 Edward Potter, Executive Director ICMIF/Regional Association for The Americas (ICMIF/Americas - formerly AAC/MIS)
    • 15. The value and impact of participation in a seminar
      • What is the value and impact of participation in a seminar …
        • for the cooperative / mutual insurer?
        • for the individual participating?
        • for the clients/beneficiaries?
        • for socioeconomic development?
      • What happens or changes after the seminar?
    • 16. Return on Investment in Seminars
      • The assumption is that these events create value for not only for participants and their professional growth, but for their cooperative/mutual, clients, etc.
        • Idea for new activities or products
        • Innovation, lesson learned from mistakes, successful examples
        • Collaborative activity
        • Other impacts, both large and small
    • 17. What we ask you to do
      • Identify at least 3 major lessons you have learned from this seminar
      • How do you think these lessons learned can be used and implemented upon returning home
      • Identify activity to implement, by when and with what result (programs, projects, products, etc.)
      • Take time to imagine, dream what could be. Be bold, courageous but practical too!
      • ICMIF will follow up via e-mail with you in 3 and 6 months on progress
    • 18. Participant La Equidad Seguros Colombia Lesson Learned Follow-up Activity Results Importance of insurance education and awareness in microinsurance market development Through an alliance with SENA, the Ministry of Agriculture and the Fasecolda Foundation. We are carrying out a program to educate rural populations about risk, savings and insurance. To date we have held 4 training events reaching more than 200 farmer associations.
    • 19. Participant IFCO-TOKIO, India Lesson Learned Follow-up Activity / Results Simple! -> Product! Simple! -> Distribution! Simple! -> Claim system! Shall show presentations to the staff; Discuss review present microinsurance product; Improve if required product/ distribution/ claim handling Alliances! -> Cooperatives! Alliances! -> NGOs! Alliances! -> Social groups Deepen the present relationship. Review status of present alliances and try to deepen relationships; prepare a list of new alliances to be targeted and try to enter into. Train! Train! Train! Review present system increase microinsurance awareness angle. Implementation of findings on a time schedule
    • 20. Confédération des Institutions Financières de l'Afrique de l'Ouest (CIF) Burkina Faso Lesson Learned Follow-up Activity Results The importance of the consumer education to increase the consumer numbers and to increase the insurance products knowledge We are planning to develop beginning 2010 an educational tool for the organization staff as well as the consumers Have started a process of developing an educational DVD movie with ADA and a consultant. In a first time it will be used to support training for staff of MFIs but in a second step we will adapt it to educate customers. The meetings and exchanges have already occurred and the synopsis is validated.
    • 21. Participant Takaful Insurance of Africa Lesson Learned Follow-up Activity / Results (1) Plan your work; (2) Be innovative; (3) Dream big; (4) Work with affinity group; (5) Involve the masses and give value to people. Takaful Insurance of Africa is a start up and being able to attend this conference at such an early stage has helped me have a clear vision of where the company needs to go and what groups to work with.
    • 22. Development Network Seminar Take It Home Activity Form Please complete your form and return it to ICMIF staff before leaving!
    • 23. Development Network Seminar Evaluations Please complete your evaluation and return it to ICMIF staff before leaving!
    • 24. A LOCAL reach for GLOBAL strength 8400 Westpark Drive, Second Floor McLean, Virginia 22102 USA Tel: +1 703 245-8077 Fax: +1 703 610-9005 E-mail: info@aacmis.org Web: www.aacmis.org धन्यवाद Merci Thank You Gracias

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