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Life & Health tag returned 2016 results

  • Industry report paints upbeat prospects for life insurance business

    The Insurance Association of China (IAC) has released a research report which predicts that from 2019, life insurers will see premium income gradually stabilise and return to positive growth.

    China | 19 Oct 2018
  • Insurance agents spend an average of 6 hours a day selling

    Insurance sales personnel spend an average of about six hours a day on their sales activities. A significant 13% of respondents spend over eight hours on selling, according to the "2018 China Insurance Intermediary Market Ecology White Paper and Insurance Sales Personnel Survey Report".

    China | 19 Oct 2018
  • Blockchain-based platforms offer safe ecosystem of health insurance for the elderly

    Walimai, the safe-product retail channel that utilises the WaBi token, has announced its strategic partnership and ecosystem integration with HiNounou, a connected healthcare and intelligent data platform. The partnership is set to provide millions of Chinese senior citizens with access to safe, trusted goods and services, including insurance and health products.

    China | 19 Oct 2018
  • India: Insurance industry forecast to cross US$100bn mark in FY2019

    India's insurance industry is expected to see total premiums of INR6.8trn ($105bn) in the current financial year ending 31 March 2019 (FY2019).

    Asia | 19 Oct 2018
  • Korea: Life insurers urged to address unmet needs of consumers

    While Korea ranks second in Asia for insurance penetration, there are still plenty of unmet needs for life insurance coverage which the industry has to address to remain sustainable into the future.

    Asia | 18 Oct 2018
  • Australia: Private health insurance changes need to address gap policy reforms

    Private health insurance reforms announced by the government last week, while bringing positive changes, are only halfway complete, Dr Peter Sumich, president of the Australian Society of Ophthalmologists (ASO) has said.

    Asia | 18 Oct 2018
  • Building a multi-million dollar company in the digital age

    Mario Singh, founder of brokerage Fullerton Markets, shared his principles on how to build a multi-million dollar company in the digital age. It took him less than two years to turn Fullerton Markets into a multi-million dollar company with an eight-figure turnover, he said.

    Agents | 17 Oct 2018
  • Egypt: 2 insurance licence applications move closer to approval

    The Financial Regulatory Authority (FRA) has sent the insurance licence applications of two companies to Prime Minister Dr Mostafa Madbouly who has to approve the structure of the companies' ownership.

    Middle East | 17 Oct 2018
  • Insurance and the 4th industrial revolution - a brave new world

    Asia Insurance Review's special summit on Industrial Revolution 4.0 and its impact on insurance got off to a rousing start in Seoul yesterday, where speakers delivered a balanced perspective of how the industry can capitalise on the technological, economic and social disruptions that are happening as the world enters its fourth major industrial era since the original industrial revolution of the 18th century. With a world being shaped by a fusion of technologies and the blurring of lines between the physical and digital spheres, the message on the first day of the conference was for the industry to keep an open mind and seize on opportunities to enhance its value proposition.

    Asia | 17 Oct 2018
  • Australia: Conflicts of interest unavoidable but can be managed

    Financial advisers can't avoid conflicts of interest but they can put in systems to best manage them, according to the Association of Financial Advisers.

    Asia | 17 Oct 2018

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