Magazine Table of Contents
Climate change is a priority for the majority of C-level executives. Dr Maryam Golnaraghi of The Geneva Association highlights the findings of a study they did.
India Rendezvous Update
Market participants in India have now transcended from finding the ideal reinsurance partner globally to having them in India itself! It is indeed ‘The New World of Reinsurance in India’.
Your existing IT system may not be enough to meet IFRS 17 regulations. Mr Kenneth Koh of SAS explains.
Flood and Big Data
Dr Giriraj Amarnath and Dr Alok Sikka of International Water Management Institute (IWMI), explain how satellite images and flood modelling tools can help farmers in India.
View from India
If a jumbo jet with 400 passengers crashes, it makes breaking news. 400 deaths on Indian roads every day however, go unnoticed. Two insurance companies are doing their bit to improve road safety, a much neglected public health issue which is largely preventable.
loT in Motor Insurance
Rapidly evolving digital technologies such as telematics, advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving are changing the face of motor insurance, with the Chinese market taking a leading position. Mr Zhen Liu from Munich Re explores.
Motor car warranty needs to evolve as the automobile industry changes to one of connected vehicles. Mr Manfred Schmoelz of The Warranty Group says as more cars are connected, these cars will have the capability to identify components at risk of failure before it happens.
Regulators across Asia have been issuing new guidelines for motor insurance to favour customers and to increase competition. We bring a quick overview of the motor insurance scene around Asia with a brief summary of Euler Hermes’ Global Automotive Report.
Mr Bert Opdebeeck of Microinsurance Master, shares the compelling tale of Pioneer Microinsurance’s success in the Philippines.