Magazine Table of Contents
Life & health
Japan and Australia may be mature markets but both represent growth markets for Zurich. Asia Pacific CEO Jack Howell discusses the need to have a balanced approach to business growth and the importance of viewing market participation for the long term.
Wellness not illness. Partnerships not patients. Changing societal trends are disrupting an age-old industry and health insurers are providing an ever-broadening array of services that sets them apart from other parts of the insurance industry.
Asia is bracing for a storm of epic proportions — of a demographic nature. A significant number of markets across Asia are ageing. Different markets are in different phases of ageing – some unique insights from the Asia Retirement Study by LIMRA.
Life expectancy is at a record high. Fertility rates are at a record low. The Geneva Association’s Ronald Klein discusses the place for annuitisation.
At the 1st Asia Employee Benefits & Insurance Conference in Singapore, a clarion call was made to the industry to empower employers in helping their staff manage their health better for everyone’s benefit.
The names of Berkshire Hathaway and Warren Buffett both became global brands in their own right many years ago. The story of Berkshire Hathaway Specialty Insurance is a little newer and begins in 2013.