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HomeAbout usFirst insurance broker in Africa

Insurance Broker Gras Savoye International has started to operate in Africa by opening in Morocco in 1965 and in 1974, Gras Savoye has chosen to operate in sub-Saharan Africa in Gabon. Since that period, the number of subsidiaries in Africa has never stop to increase (30 countries in 2015) and will continue massively in the next years !




icon Click here to download an interview about Gras Savoye in Africa - icon French version


As the leading insurance broker in Africa we offer you :
  • An integrated network with local teams fully dedicated to clients

  • A daily follow-up for the claims by  an highly qualified team

  • Ability to serve you anywhere on the continent

  • Knowledge of the African market : our local network is familiar with African regulation (CIMA code) and local practices

  • Steering from Paris (contracts follow-up, commercial reports, relationship with insurers)

  • Capacity of negotiation with the main market actors

  • Ability to deploy both international and local insurance programs

Gras Savoye is also the leader in Health Insurance in Africa : click here for more details


Africa has the potential to become a significant contributor to the global economy and insurance market over the coming decades, with the continent’s global share of Foreign Direct Investment growing from 3.2% in 2007 to 5.6% in 2012, second only to Asia.


Our inherent understanding of risk combined with in-depth local knowledge enables us to deliver world-class solutions in the most testing of business environments. We look forward to being a part of your African story; we are already where you are looking to invest.









For more informations :

Olivier Canuel

Head of Anglophone Africa & Middle East
Gras Savoye International

+33 1 41 43 65 90 -

Thierry Labbé

Head of Francophone Africa
Gras Savoye International

+ 225 59 874 513 -


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