Life & health
The Geneva Association - Moral hazard and long-term care insurance
Your face as the ultimate wearable
The health of health insurance is improving
General - Marine Special Feature
Navigating new waters
Underwriting in a hardening marine insurance market
Singapore War Risks Mutual
Boom time for Indonesia
Cyber risks spare nobody
Cyber and business continuity risk
The risk of adversarial example attack to predictive model security
The importance of asset resilience
Lighting the way to ethical investments
CAT bonds can bridge the protection gap
Product innovation as growth engine of life market over next five years
P&C insurers post first underwriting loss in nine years
Regulator to hold insurers accountable for violations by their intermediaries
Finding space in a crowded market
Life growth impacted by regulations, but insurers find impetus to innovate
Growth drivers for life insurance market
On a firm footing after weathering 2011 floods
Thai Re predicts more underwriting discipline in 2019
Thailand's oldest general insurer charts next stage of growth
Growth in motor in Thailand
In their Sunday best
Looking forward to a profitable market
IFoA's first Asian president-elect
Actuaries - time to chart a new path
Opportunities abound for Asian actuaries
The way of the future
Incumbents and InsurTech: A symbiotic relationship
Turning big data into big insights
Comparing insurance in Asia and the west
Combatting climate change: Harnessing the magic of technology
Warming up to the task of battling climate change
Insurance 4.0 - collaboration versus competition
Infographics: Revealing insights from insurance industry leaders in Asia
Asia: 23rd Asia Insurance Industry Awards on the horizon
Asia: Market share of multinational insurers unlikely to change near-term
Australia: Study shows little consumer willingness to pay for advice
Bangladesh: Insurance bill being reviewed by lawmakers' committee
Cambodia: Camlife ties up with UAE InsurTech firm in microinsurance initiative
Hong Kong: Details of long awaited govt-backed voluntary health insurance plan announced
India: Urbanites have grossly inadequate protection quotient
Indonesia: OJK expects insurance industry growth to pick up
Japan: Two major life insurers raise staff pay by about 3%
Malaysia: Insurance market growth forecast to be stable this year
Myanmar: Japanese insurers prepare for licence
New Zealand: Home insurance policyholders may get relief
Pakistan: Regulator to focus on market development
Singapore: InsurTech investments exceed $70m in 2018
South Korea: Regulator to carry out intensive audits
Taiwan: FSC to adjust RBC calculations for life insurers
Thailand: Government expands rice insurance scheme
Vietnam: Life coverage targeted to double to 15% by 2025
New Solvency II rules help insurers with eased capital requirements
Agriculture, forestry and fishing are Australia's most dangerous jobs
Northwestern University's Luke Figora named RIMS risk manager of the year
People on the move
INSURANCE - General - Marine Special Feature
The marine industry remains the lifeblood of the global economy. Four marine experts discuss the new risks the marine industry should look out for.
Asia Insurance Review spoke with two insurance-linked securities experts to discuss the feasibility of CAT bonds as a risk transfer mechanism in China.
INSURANCE - Life & health
The Geneva Association uses health and retirement study data from 1996 to 2014 to assess moral hazard in nursing home and home care use in private long-term care insurance.
The need for security in models and systems driven by cutting-edge data science is following an evolutionary track similar to that of internet security needs.
The importance of brokers in helping the industry to be leaner with the help of technology, thus leading to improved profitability for all.
It’s getting to be all about tech in every way. Are you tech-belted? Tech-savvy? Or at least tech-ready?
If ‘the face is more honest than the mouth will ever be’, facial analytics may represent one the most significant of the emerging new technologies coming on stream for life insurance.
The latest IRDAI annual report addresses the wide gap that exists between group and individual categories.
With the advent of digital technology and online platforms the insurance industry is facing increasing risk from cyber-attacks too.
A loss adjusting perspective on claims handling for SME businesses by Charles Taylor Adjusting’s Laetitia Fouquet.
We speak to PwC Singapore partners Mark Rathbone and Woo Shea Leen about the investment landscape for insurers.
People are starting to take notice of what their money is being invested in.
China’s life insurance industry is at a crossroads, and whether it can develop innovative products that meet the protection needs of customers will drive the sustainable development of the industry, said international management consulting...
A snapshot of the life and non-life insurance market in Thailand where, companies are poised to capture growth opportunities in the coming years.
Thailand’s second biggest life insurer, Muang Thai Life Assurance, is transforming itself into a data-driven company where dynamic pricing and personalised products will be regular features.
Changes are afoot in Thailand’s life insurance industry. Prudential Life Assurance Thailand’s Yingyong Chiaravutthi provides some insights.
A series of experts shared their thoughts on what makes brokers vital today, and what they can do to remain vital tomorrow.
The Institute and Faculty of Actuaries in February 2019 confirmed the appointment of Mr Tan Suee Chieh as the next president-elect.
Revealing insights from the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries immediate past president Marjorie Ngwenya.
The demand for Asian actuaries will continue to grow as Asian economies powered by China and India witness huge growth in financial services.
We speak to several start-ups and experts to find out what is coming in the InsurTech space in 2019.
Asia Insurance Review was recently at the ANZIIF Insurtech Conference in Sydney to get a sense of the emerging scene in Australia.
Experts on big data and analytics share cutting-edge insights on their future applications in insurance.
McKinsey’s Brad Mendelson takes a look at what insurance practices in Asia and the west can learn from each other.
Reinsurers divesting from fossil fuel – and what more can be done to combat climate change.
Insurance is better placed than most other industries to lead the charge against climate change, but it needs to reverse course and start owning the issue.
Once again, Asia Insurance Review has announced the opening of the 23rd Asia Insurance Industry Awards (AIIA) 2019 – which are now open for nominations.
Almost two thirds of respondents in a study on life and health insurance expect the market share of multinational insurers in emerging Asia to remain stable over the next 12 months, according to the inaugural edition of Emerging Asia Life Insurance...
A study commissioned by Zurich has revealed a significant disconnect between the cost of providing life insurance advice and the willingness of consumers to pay for that advice.