Sanlam partners with NAPS for the financial inclusion of small traders

Headquarters of Sanlam in Casablanca. Credit: Mustapha Razi / Le Desk

The insurance group Sanlam, subsidiary du South-Africa Sanlam Pan Africa Assurance Non-Vie s’associe à NAPS (Groupe M2M), actor de la dematérialisation du cash et e-paiement au Maroc, for more “insure and protect small traders, artisans, self-employed and very small businesses” et offers is done “à cette categorie professionnelle encore peu assurede, des solutions qui la protégént contre les aléas de la vie”, explain the insurer in a communiqué, pour plus

Les small commerçants équipées en terminaux de paiement NAPS in all les régions du pays poignant ainsi beneficier d’une cover in cas de décès ou d’invalidité, precise the same source.

The operation, called to be progressively generalized on several thousand merchants, will continue in the future to cover more and more beneficiaries and include other types of risks.

Sanlam confirme ainsi son engagement aupres de this category of professionals and businesses. In 2020, the company had in particular launched l’offre Assur’Moukawalati, a solution dedicated to very small enterprises and self-entrepreneurs, allowing them to benefit, in the same contract, from a guarantee against work accidents and une assurance multirisque professionnelle à un tarif très accesible.

Sanlam rappell avoir également mené of numerous initiatives to raise awareness and d’éveil assurantiel auprès de ces professionals through des webinars, des “lives” de formaire sur les réseaux sociaux, des émissions pédagogiques à la radio, or encore à travers by broadcasting capsules of “risk visits” sur le digital. “Le tout to increase insured awareness and level of understanding of TPE and automotive contractors”it is indicated.

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