Commission Inquiring into the Insurance Industry

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The Commission Inquiring into the Insurance Industry, also known as The Hancox Commission was a Kenya Government Commission established on 17 October 1986. The Commission's only member was Justice Allan Robin Winston Hancox who was to be assisted by Mary Ang'awa [1]

Report[edit]

The Commission's report was released only to selected stakeholders within the insurance industry and, to date has not been formally released to the public.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kenya Gazette. 17 October 1986. p. 1534. Retrieved 30 December 2012. 
  2. ^ http://www.africog.org/reports/Commissionsofinquirypaper.pdf