“We can no longer rely on French business alone in Africa” Olivier Canuel CEO of Oléa

The courtier Olea, 51% owned by Olivier Canuel and Olivier Dubois and the Africassur holding company (Siaci Saint Honoré, Patrick Lucas, Théorème) is continuing its plan to attack the African insurance market. During an interview in Dakar, Olivier Canuel, its managing director, talks about his development ambitions in health insurance, but especially in East Africa.

In an African insurance market where international brokers and insurers all seem to be disengaging one after the other, the broker Oléa, founded in 2017 by Olivier Canuel and Olivier Dubois, two graduates of Gras Savoye in Africa, is betting on the difference. The insurance intermediary specializing in Africa does not hide his appetite and his desire to carve croupiers from the historical courtiers of the market. Olivier Canuel, CEO of Oléa explains his development strategy.


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