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With the 2017 Asia Pacific Insurance Conference (APIC) being held later this month in Singapore, we bring you AIR’s first ever legal roundtable where we look at insurance from the eyes of the legal eagles.
The use of genetic information for life, disability, critical illness and long-term care insurance is likely to increase in relevance, says Mr Ronald Klein of The Geneva Association.
View from India
With as many as six (re)insurers lined up with IPOs amounting to around US$7.8 billion, the journey ahead for the Indian insurance industry will be quite exciting.
As a curtain raiser to our 5th Asia Investment Management Summit for Insurance in Hong Kong next month, we highlight the four key considerations PineBridge Investments think every insurer should review before setting up an overseas allocation.
What are the key factors insurers need to consider if they want to realise and deliver on the full potential of a M&A deal? Mr Charlie Alexander of EY discusses.
Parametric solutions can help insurers propagate agriculture insurance in Asia, provided they can manage some of the tricky issues that come with it.
SMEs, still uninsured or underinsured, and with minimal or little risk management strategies, are unaware of how precarious their survival is should the next big risk come along.
The insurance industry does not figure on any list of preferred employers. We speak to different stakeholders on how to win talent, especially the millennials, over.
IT in Insurance
Highly sophisticated cyber criminals are posing an increasing and significant threat to businesses. Mr Chris Moyer of DXC Technology discusses the steps insurers can take to manage these risks.
The role of the Chief Information Officer was brought into question at Asia Insurance Review’s 6th CIO Technology Summit. He now needs to be an instigator, an integrator and an innovator.