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  • Philippines: Insurance industry adopt FinTech

    The Philippine insurance industry is embracing FinTech as it adapts to changes brought about by the wave of global technological advancements.

    Asia | 19 Oct 2018
  • AIA humanoid reveal

    AIA Singapore introduced their newest colleague, the humanoid AI Pepper last week. We spoke to AIA Call Centre assistant manager Lee Jie Yen, one of Pepper's colleagues and handlers, about her capabilities.

    AIRPlus | 18 Oct 2018
  • Impact of AI in insurance

    People today expect 24/7 access to services, along with personalised customer support available instantly and on demand. In this competitive business environment, enterprise AI solutions are steadily enhancing operational efficiency, improving time-to-market, enabling a more intelligent way to sell and service, and much more. What does this mean for insurers and advisers? Srikanth Venkatesan, Market Leader, Insurance, APAC at Cognizant, shared his insights.

    Agents | 18 Oct 2018
  • China: InsurTech to build infrastructure for new insurance services

    The surge in growth in China in Internet-based InsurTech has created a form of key infrastructure for the creation of a "new insurance" which is driven by emerging technologies such as big data, cloud computing, AI, the Internet of Things and the blockchain, according to a joint report by ZhongAn ZhongAn FinTech Research Institute and KPMG China, a professional services firm.

    Asia | 18 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
  • Experiences of first InsurTech company to be approved from the Thai regulatory sandbox

    FairDee is a Thai digital insurance platform that was launched in July. Formed by the Singapore-based Vouch InsurTech and six Thai insurers, the start-up aims to promote safer driving and reduce fraudulent claims by giving up to 30% of annual premiums back to consumers who do not make any claims within that policy year.

    AIRPlus | 15 Oct 2018
  • Hong Kong: Regulator says plenty of room to lower protection gap

    "The next wave of economic growth will be powered by Asia," said Insurance Authority, Hong Kong CEO Clement Cheung. "Many Asian economies are still uninsured and there is plenty of room to lower the protection gap," he said in his regulatory keynote address at the FT Insurance Summit held in Hong Kong yesterday.

    Asia | 12 Oct 2018
  • Global: Pacific Life Re undertakes text mining project to process medical data

    London-headquartered Pacific Life Re and UnderwriteMe, a supplier of automated underwriting systems, are collaborating with the National Centre for Text Mining (NaCTeM) at the University of Manchester in the UK on a project to develop a system which combines text mining and machine learning techniques to process unstructured medical textual data, such as doctors' reports on life and health insurance applicants and claimants.

    Asia | 12 Oct 2018
  • India: E-commerce giant clinches corporate agent licence

    Local e-commerce giant Flipkart has said it will be entering the insurance market after securing a corporate agent licence.

    Asia | 10 Oct 2018
  • Incumbent insurers fall short - Bain & Company

    Incumbent insurers fall short of delivering the value that consumers, especially millennials, expect. This is according to Bain & Company's fourth insurance loyalty report, which found the industry vulnerable to disruption from insurgents unless it can deliver on what matters most to customers.

    Agents | 09 Oct 2018

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