THE ROLE OF INSURANCE COMPANIES IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF NIGERIAN ECONOMY

THE ROLE OF INSURANCE COMPANIES IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF NIGERIAN ECONOMY

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ABSTRACT

 

Insurance by nature, is not a modern day concept.  It has a development history of so many – centuries.  The art of insurance has grown as a result of individual, corporate bodies and government need for the fortunes of lives and business.  Therefore, the types and classes of account were those which were expected to show to the venturers, i.e. the owner of business, government and individuals.

It is based on this that the researcher, therefore, focused this study on the role of insurance companies in the development of Nigeria economy.  Hence, the general objective of the study is aimed at ascertaining the roles which insurance companies plays in the development of Nigerian economy.

Thus, in chapter one, retrospective review of historical development of insurance was carried out, this is following by the background of the study, objectives of the study, research-question and scope of study.

Chapter two takes care of the literature review and was carried out in seven-subheadings, evolution of modern insurance in Nigeria, the fists that may be insured, classes of insurance, the Nigerian Insurance market.

Finally, chapter three really deals with the summary of findings, which is based on the observations of chapter two.  Then conclusion was made on the entire research carried out.

TABLE OF CONTENT

CHAPTER ONE:

  • Introduction

1.1     Background of the study

  • Objectives of the study
  • Definition of terms

 

CHAPTER TWO:

  • Literature Review

2.1     Origin of Insurance

  • Evolution of Modern Insurance in Nigeria
  • The risks that may be insured
  • Classes of Insurance
  • The Nigerian Insurance Market

 

CHAPTER THREE:

  • Summary of Findings

3.1     Discussion of findings

  • Conclusion
  • Recommendation

Bibliography

 

CHAPTER ONE

 

  • INTRODUCTION

Insurance is the modern means of protecting himself against losses.  It is the device, by which man is able to protect himself against risk. In other words, insurance is the system where an insurance company upon the receipt of a certain amount of money from a person, agrees to pay compensation or render certain services, to the person, if, and whenever that person suffers the kind of loss that was specified in the insurance agreement.  What this means is that insurance is the means by which people can save money to take care of unforeseen dangers and accidents.  When a person agrees to take insurance, policy to protect himself against certain accidents, he will pay a sum of money (which is called premium) to the insurance company.  Once the insurance company (who is called the insurer) accepts that premium from the person who intends to take insurance cover (such a person is called the insured) the insurer has thus agreed to pay an amount of money (called claims or compensation) to the insured whenever the insured loss occurs.  This agreement is usually contained in a document called a policy.

Premiums, that is the cost of purchasing an insurance, are not fixed arbitrarily.  They are usually calculated by insurance experts, mathematicians called actuaries.  High risks usually attract high premiums.  For instance, if a 20-year old man is taking a life insurance policy, his premium will be much less than that of an 80-year old man who insists on taking a life insurance policy.

Since insurance contract as may other commercial, activity.  It is these principles that make for its validity, insurance contract is subject to the general principles of Nigerian Law not only does it affect insurance, but it operates in every other commercial aspect of life.  They are as follows:  offer and acceptance, consideration, capacity to contract, legality, consensus ad idem (parties should be of one mind) and intention to create legal obligation/ relations.

 

  • BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY:

Insurance did not emerge completely and perfectly, which in every detail, but, it developed slowly over the centuries in order to satisfy the needs of those concerned with the protection of individuals, business, other organisation and governments.

Insurance which is believed to have originated from the ancient practices of the inhabitants of the valleys of Rivers Tigris and Euphrates in present day Iraq in about 400 BC rose to the earliest trace of interest in modern insurance in England, dates to 1666AD.  Up to the Lloyd’s of London which occupies the central position in today’s global insurance market, started as a small coffee house which was patronized by merchants, bankers and insurance underwriters.  Originally, Llyods was the world’s dominant insurer of marine risks.

Although modern insurance started in Nigeria in the early part of the 20th century, historians and sociologists argue that what is today known as insurance was totally alien to indigenous Nigerian culture.

Presently, insurance has grown to meet the increasing demands being made on the practicing insurers.  Following the historical development of insurance, it should be observed that covers those risk affecting, individuals, business organization and government as an insight into the protection of risk and form of savings to the insured.

However, insurance has extended far beyond the actual protection of risk, but is concerned with the development of Nigeria economy at this particular time.

 

  • OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY:

The broad objective of this study is to know the roles of insurance companies in the development of Nigerian economy.  Bit it individuals or corporate bodies, or governm

 

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