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SIRC 2022 open for registrations
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Insurance as a critical component of financial literacy
Sustained effort required to improve insurance literacy
The case for financial literacy in Australian schools
Better financial literacy and insurance awareness
Working towards more inclusive financial literacy
View from India
Surety insurance and the regulator
Adoption of Indian crop insurance remains low
Bancassurance faces the digital test
Insurance regulation for a mature market
A mature but shrinking life insurance market
Insurance market faces uphill battle amid worst COVID outbreak
Reinsurers achieve solid performance amidst uncertainty
Rising COVID claims stall non-life momentum
InsurTech boom incoming
Ageing Taiwan and insurance
Insurers turn cautious on real estate investments
Insurance implications of new private pension scheme
Gearing up for 'family doctors'
Pandemic: A look under the hood
Can parametrics unlock takaful's full potential?
Redefining climate modelling
Quantifying cyber risk
Insurance CFOs look at regulation and reporting standards
Bridging the insurer-customer gap through technology
Australia/New Zealand: Talent sought in underwriting and broking
Indonesia: Life insurance premium income dips in 1Q2022
Pakistan: Regulator to develop risk-based capital regime for insurance sector
Utilities struggle to insure new coal power
Mental health support to be part of climate action plans
Industrial cyber security spending will hit $36bn
Australia: Broker urges review of people risk strategies
Hong Kong: Chubb launches new insurance plans for individuals and groups
Hong Kong: OneDegree launches home insurance covering traditional and LGBTQ+ families
Singapore: AIA introduces shariah-compliant funds to ILPs
People on the move
Secondary perils represent a complex and nuanced challenge for the (re) insurance industry. In essence, these natural perils are “known, unknowns.” They are known to pose a risk, but our industry does not always have a full understanding of their potential impacts.
The next video in the series looks at how ESG is playing out in Australia and the opportunities and challenges that this will bring to the insurance industry.
The next video in the series looks at defining secondary perils, insuring against them, the importance of modelling – and the role of reinsurance in closing the protection gap.
The next video in the series looks at global systemic risks, climate risk, net zero planning and risk as it relates to ESG.
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.
The next video in the series looks at the impact of recent cyber events in Asia.
Guy Carpenter managing director, cyber centre of excellence leader Siobhan O'Brien talks to Asia Insurance Review about what insurers can do to mitigate the impact of these cyber events.
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.