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With hardening rates and lack of capacity, reinsurers have been able to command better prices despite their increased exposure.
Bank Negara Malaysia’s proposed framework for licensing and regulation of digital insurers and takaful operators is likely to bring in substantial changes to the insurance sector in Malaysia.
The Malaysian healthcare system is at crossroads. A concerned government is putting to use all available resources including the health insurance industry to provide a dependable and sustainable healthcare system.
The non-life market in Malaysia seems to be recovering slowly after the pandemic, with an increase of 2.4% in gross direct premiums.
Despite the challenges faced over the past few years, the Malaysian life insurance market managed to adapt and remain resilient.
Requirements to comply with shariah principles present opportunities for tech firms to provide solutions to navigate complex compliance frameworks.