Magazine Table of Contents
Life & health
Bancassurance channels have been a mainstay for Asian insurers for many years now, with deals getting bigger each year and it remains a growing segment for life insurers.
Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, anxiety and depression have spiked in the workplace.
Nearly 30% of Hong Kong’s international insurers are contemplating downsizing their operations due to a shortage of talent, according to a recent survey by the Hong Kong Federation of Insurers.
Today’s workers increasingly offer their services through digital platforms that match them to customers on a per-service (‘gig’) and on-demand basis. A new Geneva Association report outlines how insurance can evolve to meet the needs of this new class of worker.
A look at bite-sized insurance that covers the daily commute, apps that help people build their protection and a digital-adviser to guide customers through their small claims process.
There are only a few touchpoints between most customers and their insurance company, typically when a claim is made and during annual policy renewal.
Cyber insurance is gradually evolving into a comprehensive cyber risk management tool and it can help insurers to provide insureds a better service and better value for money.