Magazine Table of Contents
Mr Christian Schmidt of The Geneva Association gives an overview of how the digital transformation is likely to have significant effects on the insurance business model in Asia.
Big Data Focus
A century ago, the world’s most valuable resource was oil. Today in the digital era, it is data. Harnessing the power of data as an asset has become one of the key strategies for insurers. Dr Yuhui Yao of FWD Group elaborates.
While data sophistication increases exponentially in most industries, one industry remains so plagued by data scarcity that it is rejecting a whopping 57% of the requests of its Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) clients. That industry is trade finance. Ms Caroline Paulhan of Euler Hermes explores.
View from India
Social media, love it or hate it but you cannot ignore it. It is an integral part of our communication process today. Asia Insurance Review speaks with three Indian insurance CEOs to understand how they view their interactions on social media platforms.
IT in Insurance
Insurance companies must take a new approach to protect the wealth of personal data streaming in from vehicles, smartphones and a myriad of IoT devices. Mr Chris Moyer of DXC Technology elaborates.
Companies and their boards face increasing responsibility to instil cyber resilience in order to maintain investor and consumer confidence in the financial industry. Mr Joel Pridmore of Munich Re Corporate Insurance Partner, discusses this with Australia in mind.
National Insurance Academy, in collaboration with FAIR, organised a two-day international seminar in Mumbai on the topic of cyber risk, liability and insurance management last year. We bring you the highlights.