By Ngozi Onyeakusi

The Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) Insurance group has announced 2023 Insurance Stakeholders Cosultative Forum scheduled for September, Monday 25th 2023.

The Commissioner for Insurance, Mr Sunday Thomas will be the keynote speaker at the event.

A statement from LCCI said the upcoming insurance event is poised to bring together experts, industry professionals, and the community to explore the latest trends, insights, and innovations in the insurance sector.

The event with the theme  ‘Rethinking Insurance as a Critical Economic Strategy holds at Commerce House, 1 Idowu Taylor Street, Victoria Island Lagos by 10am.

The insurance landscape is constantly evolving, and individuals and businesses alike need to stay informed about the latest developments. This event will serve as a platform to connect industry leaders, insurance agents, and consumers to engage in discussions and share knowledge about various aspects of insurance, including:

Insurance Trends: Gain insights into the current and emerging trends shaping the insurance industry.

Risk Management: Learn strategies to identify, assess, and mitigate risks effectively.

Cybersecurity and Data Protection: Explore the importance of cyber insurance in the digital age.

Small Business Coverage: Discover how insurance can safeguard small businesses against unforeseen challenges.

Legal and Regulatory Updates: Stay up to date with the latest legal and regulatory changes affecting the insurance sector.

Keynote speakers and industry experts will share their knowledge and provide valuable insights.

Attendees will also have the opportunity to network with peers, ask questions, and connect with insurance providers and professionals.

“We are excited to host this event as part of our commitment to helping individuals and businesses make informed decisions about their insurance needs. In a rapidly changing world, having the right insurance coverage is essential, and this event will empower attendees with the knowledge and resources they need to protect their future,” said Gboyega Olanbiwoninu,Chairman, Insurance group, LCCI