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In this extract from The Geneva Papers, two issues - the drivers of consolidation and if this activity create value - are discussed.
Legal experts look at several major legislative developments in the UK, highlighting that they will make a significant impact upon the pre-existing insurance legislation in Hong Kong.
Insurers need to be mindful of weak generators of value that are vulnerable to attacks from disruptors.
Providing more market-customised protection triggered by the customer's lifecycle events via sophisticated database mining technologies will be the key for today's Asian bancassurers.
The CFO in an insurance company has to transform himself into a corporate strategist whose advice is sought eagerly by the CEO and the board of directors.
Unsolvable core business problems can now be solved; data transmission cost continues to fall faster than storage cost. These are some of the changes which have implications for the insurance industry.
The inaugural Asia Cyber Risk Summit with the theme "Can Insurers Offer Cyber Resilience?" addressed the challenges of the still nascent domain of cyber insurance.
The Insurance Information and Ratemaking Forum of Asia (IIRFA) held their annual conclave in Hyderabad in May. We bring the highlights.
Speakers at the 8th SAS General Insurance Conference share the common issues surrounding data and the steps needed to develop an analytics-driven organisation.