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With a population of 23.6m people, Taiwan has had a stable insurance market for many years with insurance industry assets of $860bn accounting for one-third of total assets of financial institutions on the island. But there’s still room for growth.
Taiwan’s chief financial regulator is asking people to be more circumspect when it comes to using life insurance as a financial tool and to ensure that what they purchase actually fits their needs.
Cathay Financial Holdings gives an insider’s perspective on what is interesting and unexpected in this vibrant area of business.
We take a look at some of the innovations that help to enhance the insurance value chain and what makes Taiwan so attractive.