About Us

We are a microinsurance technical resource center established by leading microfinance institutions in the Philippines to promote universal risk protection for the socio-economically disadvantaged in the Asia and the Pacific.

Our Services

We engage in research and development activities in collaboration with other policy regulators and practitioners to further promote universal risk protection for socio-economically disadvantaged sector in Asia and the Pacific.

Our Advocacy

We provide assistance in developing customized risk management solutions to member-owned microinsurers.



Network

A member of the International Cooperative and Mutual Insurance Federation (ICMIF), a global organization representing cooperative and mutual insurers from around the world.




  • Insurance, Savings and Loan Advocates (ISLA) mobilized in Samar and Leyte to increase outreach

    Samar and Leyte—In 2018, PREMIUM explored the development of new distribution channels to help provide risk managing financial services such as savings, loans and microinsurance products throughout Samar and Leyte. One such distribution channel is through the Insurance, Savings and Loan Advocates (ISLA). Sari-sari store owners (SSSOs) from Eastern Visayas were profiled and trained to become the pilot group of ISLA facilitators that would provide access to risk managing financial services through the sari-sari store business model. Through this scheme, sari-sari stores increase the outreach and scope of microinsurance services—especially for remote and hard-to-reach communities.

    Posted at July 18, 2019 | By : | Categories : News and Updates | 0 Comment
  • CARD MBA and Kasagana-Ka MBA rank 1st and 3rd among MBAs in 2018 according to ACGS report

    Insurance Commissioner Dennis B. Funa announced the results of the 2018 ASEAN Corporate Governance Scorecard (ACGS) assessment among 116 insurance companies and MBAs composed of 30 life insurance companies, 56 non-life insurance companies, and 14 MBAs and 16 Microinsurance-MBAs. Results showed that the insurance industry gathered an average score of 41.34 points. This is a 1.61-point increase from the 2017 result. In line with this, Commissioner Funa said in a statement, “This shows that there is a continuous improvement in the performance of the life insurance, non-life insurance, and MBA sectors since the adoption of the ACGS ...

    Posted at April 15, 2019 | By : | Categories : News and Updates,Newsletter | 0 Comment