National Insurance Commission
The National Insurance Commission (NIC) was established under Insurance Law 1989 (PNDC Law 227) , but now operates under Insurance Act, 2006 (Act 724). The object of the Commission, as detailed in Act 724 is to ensure effective administration, supervision, regulation and control the business of Insurance in Ghana.
NIC is mandated to perform a wide spectrum of functions including licensing of entities, setting of standards and facilitating the setting of codes for practitioners. The Commission is also mandated to approve rates of insurance premiums and commissions, provide a bureau for the resolution of complaints and arbitrate insurance claims when disputes arise.
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