Proportionality in practice: Disclosure of information


Proportionality in practice: Disclosure of information

The Proportionality in Practice case studies are intended to provide practical examples and generate lessons from the implementation experience of other supervisors who have implemented or begun the process of implementing proportionate regulations towards increasing access to insurance. This paper looks at proportionality in regulations relating to the disclosure of information to the customer by drawing on the experiences of Brazil, Pakistan, Peru and El Salvador.

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Created Date: 09-27-2017
Publisher: Access to Insurance Initiative

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