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  • Pru uses AI to power wellness in Asia

    In the latest move for supremacy in the wellness space for health insurers, Prudential Asia has just announced a partnership with UK-based healthcare technology company Babylon Health, which offers health services powered by artificial intelligence that helps users proactively manage their health.

    AIRPlus | 20 Aug 2018
  • India ripe for disability risk plans

    The WHO estimates that some 300m Indians now have sufficient assets to be financially compromised in the event of accident or illness. There is minimal disability risk insurance in India and the current disability products available in the market do not sufficiently cover risk arising from an accident or illness.

    AIRPlus | 20 Aug 2018
  • Japan: 7 million projected to suffer from dementia in 2025

    One in five people among those aged 65 or older in Japan, or about seven million people, are projected to suffer from dementia in 2025, according to a Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare estimate.

    Agents | 20 Aug 2018
  • Egypt: Port Said racing to start new national health insurance scheme

    The Port Said Governorate is currently racing to start the first trials of the new national health insurance system which was launched in July.

    Middle East | 20 Aug 2018
  • China: Insurance sector expands by 3.3% in 1H2018

    China's insurance sector saw premium income fall by 3.33% year on year to CNY2.2trn ($319.3bn) in the first half of the year, according to official data.

    Asia | 20 Aug 2018
  • Japan: Insurers jostle each other in offering dementia insurance

    Insurers in Japan are competing to offer a variety of dementia insurance and related services as the country's society rapidly greys, reports Kyodo News Agency.

    Asia | 20 Aug 2018
  • Morocco: Biggest insurer anticipates 25% fall in 1H net profit on motor claims

    Wafa Assurance, Morocco's largest insurer, has said that its 1H2018 financial results could fall by 25% compared to the corresponding period in the previous year due to an increase in claims.

    Middle East | 19 Aug 2018
  • Rate of decline in insurance premiums narrows to 3.3% over first 6 months

    The rate of decline in total premium income in the insurance industry has been narrowing month after month, from 19.9% in January, 11.3% from January to March, and 5.9% from January to May, and by 3.3% from January to June, according to data obtained by the authoritative Shanghai Securities News.

    China | 17 Aug 2018
  • At least 8 foreign owned life insurers post 1H losses

    Eight foreign owned life insurers, out of a total of 26 which have submitted their second quarter solvency reports, posted losses for the first half of this year.

    China | 17 Aug 2018
  • China: Shanghai court upholds ex-Anbang chairman's conviction

    A Shanghai court has rejected an appeal by Anbang Insurance Group former chairman, Wu Xiaohui, against a conviction for fundraising fraud and embezzlement that led to an 18-year jail sentence and confiscation of CNY10.5bn ($1.52bn), reports Reuters.

    Asia | 17 Aug 2018


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