The pan-African vocation of Wafa Assurance is at the heart of its business plan. It is the result of a partnership of shareholders between the pan-African fund Al Mada and Attijariwafa bank.
With this partnership, Wafa Assurance has deployed its activity on the African continent to become the first African insurance company in Africa, outside of South Africa. It also ranks first in the ranking of African insurance companies in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) zone.
After the successful launch of the two Tunisian and Senegalese life insurance subsidiaries in 2012 and 2015 respectively, Wafa Assurance created its Cameroonian subsidiary called Wafa Assurance Vie Cameroun on the second market in the CIMA zone comprising fourteen countries, behind Côte d’Ivoire. .