Magazine Table of Contents
With close to 40% of the world’s population, China and India are not just giants of Asia, but of the world too. And there is a lot more to these two mammoth countries than sheer size. We take a look at the insurance numbers through Swiss Re’s sigma reports.
Mr Simon Drimer of Pi Financial Services Intelligence does a brief round-up of life insurance agency forces in India and China, looking at size, growth, retention, productivity, activity ratios, experience levels, and agent licensing.
The “silver tsunami” will strike the shores of many Asian countries – the only question is how soon and what is the ensuing “damage”? Mr Lye Fook Kong of SCOR Global Life Asia-Pacific explores this age-old issue.
In the first of this two-part series, Mr Paul Robinson of IBM Financial Services describes how insurers can differentiate competitively based on a superb integrated cross-channel customer experience.
In this second part of an examination into the data-driven journey, Ms Jessica Sbragia of ReMark Group champions the adoption of an integrated, multi-channel data management approach.
Mr Julien Parasie of Mazars looks at how their financial communications comply with the objectives of comparability, comprehension and relevance that are included in the IFRS framework and which form the objective of other regulatory requirements.