//Study visit on Insurance Development by the IDRA-MoF of Bangladesh

Study visit on Insurance Development by the IDRA-MoF of Bangladesh


On 15th May 2019, we hosted the Insurance Development and Regulatory Authority-Ministry of Finance of Bangladesh, who were here on a study visit on Insurance Development. The session was held at MII City Centre, Wisma FGV, where members of the Management Team shared their thoughts and MII’s role in providing insurance education to the industry.

The session was led by Ms Shalini Pavithran, Chief Executive Officer of MII, and Puan Wahida Shariff, Chief Academic Officer of MII. It kick started with Ms Shalini Pavithran’s presentation providing an overview of MII’s journey as well as educating the delegates on MII’s offerings that can be an option for the students to continue their studies in Insurance education.

The session continued with Puan Wahida’s presentation, which covered the technical sides and requirements of each course and qualification MII offers to the public. Lastly, we had Puan Ily Aliah Ismail from the Knowledge Management Unit of MII, sharing a general overview of MII Knowledge Management Library services and also a tour of the facility before the end of the session.

Here are some information of the library services offered by MII:

About Knowledge Management of MII:

  • MII Knowledge Management Unit has made substantial progress in many aspects to support MII’s vision to be the renowned professional body and institution for education in insurance, financial and risk management. With the rapid pace of information and communication technology in the current world, there are greater expectations and demands in the delivery of library and information services. These are the challenges and MII Knowledge Management must be prepared to excel beyond
    the boundaries.
  • With the support from the Capacity Building Fund, we have increased our reference materials in both printed and electronic. We have more than 7,000 physical collection of library references and more than 1000 digital documents residing in the MII Digital Library.