GFIA publishes 2019-2020 Annual Report

28 October 2020

GFIA has today published its new Annual Report, which details the federation’s activities on a wide range of topics. These include the industry’s role in addressing pandemic risk and the risks resulting from climate change, why trade barriers threaten local resilience, and the need to support private pensions savings, despite short-term pressures.


The Report also details GFIA’s response to the outbreak of COVID-19, as well as the input it has provided to consultations by international bodies such as the International Association of Insurance Supervisors (IAIS), the Financial Stability Board and the OECD.


Also included in the Report are opinion pieces by external authors:

  • Jonathan Dixon, secretary general, IAIS, outlines how the IAIS has at the same time spearheaded the global supervisory response to COVID-19, while also making progress on key projects.
  • Flore-Anne Messy, head of the insurance, private pensions and financial markets division at the OECD, discusses why individuals currently urgently need the skills to make good use of financial products.
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