Insurance is one of the key pillars of a modern economy. It contributes to mobilize savings, transfer risks and reduce financial losses.

The history of modern insurance in Ethiopia, especially the private sector driven one, is at its early stage. However, the sector is crippled with lack of innovative products and services. As a result, the industry lags far behind several African countries. The sector’s growth, especially in recent years, is marred with rising claims and declining premium rates. The stiff price based competition in the market contributed to this situation. EBR’s Ashenafi Endale explores the issue to offer this report. 

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Steep rental fees are making it tough for prominent and fast-growing private banks to expand their enterprise. Strict regulations and increasing rental fees highlight the difficulty that private banks face in trying to grow the number of branches they operate throughout the country. EBR’s Samson Hailu explores the reasons why this problem has come about and what should be done to solve it. 

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Steep rental fees are making it tough for prominent and fast-growing private banks to expand their enterprise. Strict regulations and increasing rental fees highlight the difficulty that private banks face in trying to grow the number of branches they operate throughout the country. EBR’s Samson Hailu explores the reasons why this problem has come about and what should be done to solve it. 

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