The big issue(s)
In the service of reinsurance
Life & health
Man, machine or man machine
Climate change - the boiling frog syndrome
Top insurance risks in 2022
Increased awareness bodes well for life sector
Non-life faces the motor test
Brokers have a critical role
Reinsuring the future
What's essential to attract talent?
Know your health before your doctor does
Where does health insurance go from here?
Technology to transform crop insurance
InsurTech are in good health
Boomtime for InsurTech
Motor insurance in the fast lane
Driverless vehicles and auto insurance
Actuarial progress in Singapore
The key to fighting climate change is in our nature
Insuring zero-carbon growth
Protecting ourselves from the world
Tackling climate risk
Aviation and extreme weather
Calculating future risks
The Geneva Association - Antimicrobial resistance: The risk of undoing modern medicine as we know it
Hong Kong strengthens commitment to combat climate change
APAC continues to attract captives
Strategic thinking in the age of artificial intelligence
Infographics: Revealing insights from insurance industry leaders in Asia
Asia Pacific: Increased supervision, market volatility and low interest rates to continue to challenge life insurers in 2022
Asia Pacific: Region's advanced insurance markets to grow by more than 3% in real terms this year and next
South Korea: Majority of life insurance planners fail to survive their first year
One third of critical infrastructure organisations will experience a security breach by 2025
Climate change will push up property insurance costs
People on the move
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We talk to four leading risk-industry professionals - Mercer president of Asia, Middle East and Africa Renee McGowan, Guy Carpenter CEO of Asia Pacific Tony Gallagher, Oliver Wyman partner – head of APR public policy Jacob Hook and Marsh Asia head David Jacob.
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The next video in the series looks at the impacts of recent economic and regulatory changes on life and health insurance in Asia Pacific.
The next video in the series looks at the changing nature of risk management.
China Pacific Property Insurance Company chief actuary Chen Sen talks to Asia Insurance Review about why risk management is changing and what part technology plays in this – and how corporates can prepare for the change.
The first video in the series looks at the changing nature of risk.