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Deputy Governor of Bank of Tanzania, Dr Yamungu Kayandabila (with raised scissors) launching new Bancassurance regulations in Dar es Salaam on Friday. Photo: Guardian Photographer.

20May 2019
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Financial and insurance companies have been urged to abide by new Bancassurance regulations which seek to entrench professionalism and spur growth of the insurance industry.

Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa (C) standing alongside top CRDB officials led by Board Chairman, Ally Laay (2nd L) and Managing Director Abdulmajid Nsekela (R). Others are Arusha Regional Commissioner Mrisho Gambo (2nd R) and Tanzania Revenue Authority Commissioner General, Charles Kichere. Photo: courtesy CRDB.

20May 2019
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

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The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

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The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

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Our Reporter
The Guardian

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The Guardian

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