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  • Prudential's (AI)ms to support its workforce

    "Digital technology has always been an enabler to support our business processes and customer engagement functions," Prudential Corporation Asia chief executive Nic Nicandrou said. "We are investing GBP300m annually in technology across Asia over the next three years as we further digitise our business across the entire customer life cycle, from acquisition and on-boarding, to servicing and claims payment."

    Agents | 22 Jun 2018
  • Insurers expect medical inflation rate in China to rise to 8.2% in 2018

    Just 20% of health insurers participating in an Aon study have forecast that medical inflation would remain steady while 40% opine that it will increase marginally and 40% expect a significant increase. Participating insurers expect medical inflation to edge up to 8.2% in 2018, from an estimated 7.2% in 2017.

    China | 22 Jun 2018
  • 3rd party liability insurance now required for drone users

    Third party liability insurance has been made mandatory for operators of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).

    China | 22 Jun 2018
  • Zhuhai national-level life insurer posts loss of US$12.7 mln in first year

    Zhuhai's first national life insurer Hengqin Life Insurance has issued its maiden annual report which shows a net loss of CNY82.4 million ($12.7 million) for 2017.

    China | 22 Jun 2018
  • Default of insurance debt plan averted

    Sun Life Everbright Asset Management has announced that Yingkou Port Group, the parent company of Shanghai-listed Yingkou Port, has paid as scheduled principal and interest that had been due on 20 June under the Sun Life Everbright-Yingkou Port Debt Investment Plan.

    China | 22 Jun 2018
  • Insurers abuzz over healthcare sector

    Health insurers are entering the medical and care sector in several ways to boost value and to raise their competitive edge.

    China | 22 Jun 2018
  • PICC is only mainboard listed insurer to post fall in premiums for first 5 months

    PICC is the only insurer listed on main stock exchanges of mainland China or Hong Kong to post a dip in premium revenue for the first five months of the year. The non-life insurer saw a 0.24% fall in premiums to CNY240.5 billion ($37 billion) for the January to May period.

    China | 22 Jun 2018
  • Study shows 6 in 10 insurers expect self driving cars to result in lower premium revenue

    Six in 10 motor insurers in China expect a drop in premiums, while three quarters of them expect vehicle premiums to be included in the price tags of cars when self-driving vehicles attract wide use on the road, according to a joint report published by the Insurance Society of China and Fudan University.

    China | 22 Jun 2018
  • Belt and Road: Managing the risks

    China's Belt and Road Initiative has the potential to be truly transformative as it is an unprecedented opportunity to overcome the bottlenecks and blockages that have prevented private sector investors from taking a greater interest in infrastructure in the developing world, according to Mr Bryce Johns, Group Head of Insurance, HSBC.

    China | 22 Jun 2018
  • Insurers can play key role to support climate change efforts in Belt & Road

    The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is a key part of China's efforts to tackle climate change, according to Mr Bryce Johns, Group Head of Insurance, HSBC.

    China | 22 Jun 2018

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