Annual Pan-African Bancassurance and Alternative Distribution Conference

September 19 @ 8:00 am - September 20 @ 5:00 pm

About the Conference

“Taming the Future – How Not To Become Prey”

Annual Pan-African Bancassurance and Alternative Distribution Conference | 19 & 20 September 2019, Cape Town 

Insurance penetration in Africa shows limited success in the mission to insure the growing middles class on the continent. With penetration ranging from 14% in South Africa, Africa’s most financially sophisticated economy, to 0,25% in Nigeria, one of Africa’s top three economies, we certainly have not found the key to the wealth at the bottom of the pyramid.

At this years conference focusing on Bancassurance and Alternative Distribution models we will unpack the above points to assist all stakeholders in building a strategy that will allow increased penetration into existing and new markets.

Each of our conferences over the past eight years were highly regarded by those who attended and participated. Our content is always relevant and delivered by recognised industry experts.

At the 2019 PABC Conference you will be able to learn from the best and most experienced practitioners to assist you in becoming the hunter, not the prey, finding innovative ways to develop and distribute state of the art products and client solutions.

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Meet the Speakers

David Saunders

Product Manager

Zachariah George

Co-founder & CIO
Startupbootcamp Africa

Lee Bromfield

FNB Life

Jeremy Leach

Chief Executive Officer
Inclusivity Solutions


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Welcome to beautiful Cape Town

You will never be bored in Cape Town. A city where the ocean and the mountains are as much a part of the city as its people, the opportunities to explore will keep visitors to this cosmopolitan city entertained and excited.

The oldest city in South Africa, Cape Town’s cultural heritage spans 300 years, with diverse colonial influences and traditional cultures coming together to fascinate visitors with a rich experience. Famously known as the place of Nelson Mandela’s imprisonment, Robben Island is situated just off the city’s coastline.

Other famous tourist attractions include Table Mountain and the internationally acclaimed Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden. Wine lovers will find that Cape Town has much to offer when it comes to fine wines, and visitors can experience Cape Town’s beautiful landscape when going on a wine tasting tour. The Victoria & Alfred Waterfront is a unique experience where culture and high-end shopping come together in one breathtaking location, offering world-class accommodation and efficient transport methods.


Tourism routes such as the Cape Care Route, showcases sustainable development by taking tourists to destinations that highlights projects where people are actively accepting the responsibility of caring for the environment and others.

This initiative promotes sustainable development in a practical way, while reaching the hearts and expanding the attitude of local and international visitors in a way that will unite and empower all the participating communities.



General Contact
Phone: 0835670757

Venue Contact
Phone: 021 410 5000

Exhibitors Contact
Phone: Jeanette

Sponsors Contact
Phone: Tony