Haotian Insurance Brokers (Shanghai), which held its opening ceremony on 16 July, has already applied for licences to operate eight branches or units across China. Regulatory filing has been completed for five of these branches.
With increasing attention being paid to the Chinese market, we bring you a special report from Mr Eddie Xu, our correspondent in Beijing on the current state of changes in the insurance market of China.
Saving, investing, and planning for retirement can be an exercise in futility if an individual lacks the know-how that is required to be successful, according to the seventh annual Aegon Retirement Readiness Survey.
Anbang Insurance Group is considering the sale of its Hexie Health Insurance unit as it reviews its assets for possible divestment, reports Boomberg citing people familiar with the matter.
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The main group of non-life insurance customers in China is formed by those aged 26-45, with 79.9% of those in this age bracket having purchased insurance cover, according to a report issued by Insurance Association of China and iResearch Consulting Group.