Increased Nat CAT creates risks and opportunities for marine insurers
Marine - Challenges seafarers face during COVID-19
Managing earthquake risk in Asia Pacific
Life & health
COVID-19: A catalyst for digital health and insurance
Working hard against the headwinds
Setting the trend for life insurance
A symbol of Singapore's hub status
Relatively steady regulation
When it rains, it pours
A leap forward for InsurTech amidst disruption
The pandemic that changed the world
A reality check for reinsurers
Scenario modelling and customised interventions for COVID-19
Can Asian motor insurers afford to offer premium discounts?
When the unstoppable force meets the immovable object
Will COVID-19 spark a paradigm shift for business?
Most consumers to retain insurance policies despite cutting expenses
Hong Kong: Insurance to allay coronavirus-fuelled anxiety
Credit risk emerges as cause for concern
Digitally-enabled hybrid agency model for the new world
View from India - The insurance industry will prevail
Think Tank - The Geneva Association: Regulation and supervision: Insurance for a better world
Post-pandemic transformation of the insurance industry
Insurers need to strike the right chord with the customers
Hong Kong: Business as usual for claims complaints
Agents and advisers finalists announced
Australia: Actuaries back pre-disaster funding
China: D&O liability insurance market take-off still tentative
Hong Kong: ZhongAn's JV receives online insurance licence
India: Insurers to suspend dividend payments for FY2020
Thailand: Asian Re sees affirmed ratings and jump in operating profits
Global: Covea pulls plug on $9bn Partner Re deal amid COVID-19 uncertainty
RMS updates CAT models on cyber, climate and infectious disease
Events - Unique risk-management insights
Is insurance art or science?
There could be valuable lessons for the insurance sector in Asia Pacific from the way Chinese insurers have handled the pandemic.
Several reinsurers have reported losses in the first quarter of 2020 and withdrawn their performance expectations for the full year.
INSURANCE - General
The growing number of natural catastrophe events has the potential to increase losses in marine insurance lines, requiring close attention from insurers in order to mitigate their own risks.
COUNTRY PROFILE - Singapore
A lot has been said, written and discussed about the COVID-19 pandemic. We look at the Singapore experience.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a dramatic impact on the global economy. The number of bankruptcies is expected to increase by more than 20% worldwide in 2020.
Report from The Geneva Association’s Programme on Regulation and Supervision (PROGRES) Seminar involving insurers, policy makers, regulators and supervisors.
Things are moving: In which direction one knows not. Is the unstoppable force hitting an immovable object? This is the poser we bring you this June as the world tries to come out of the lockdown in stages. Oil prices aside, the global economy is...
Physical and social isolation is the only way to curtail the spread of COVID-19 – we shed light on the seafarer condition during the pandemic.
The COVID-19 pandemic makes it clear that hospitality and gaming businesses that rely on local business and tourism travel must adapt to find new ways to operate profitably.
Life insurers in Singapore are attempting to make sure their customers stay safe and healthy and their businesses remain afloat.
The winner of the Health Insurer of the Year award at last year’s Asia Insurance Industry Awards continues its trend of non-stop innovation and customer-first business in 2020.
Twenty years on from its establishment, the Lloyd’s Asia platform is now a thriving and independent market that has strengthened Singapore’s claim to be a global insurance hub.
Scenario modelling and customised interventions hold the key to risk understanding and management in a COVID-19 environment.
Motor insurers in the US have responded to calls for premium rebates as COVID-19 drastically reduced car traffic. Should insurers in Asia follow suit?
What could Chinese insurers, especially health insurers, do post COVID-19 to improve their customers’ experience.
The Insurance Claims Complaints Panel statistics and case reviews for 2019.
In a statement made in its submission to the Royal Commission into National Natural Disaster Arrangements, the Actuaries Institute said it strongly supports a greater balance of spending on natural disasters to be pre-funding on mitigation and...
Revealing insights from insurance industry leaders in Asia.
The Risk Management Institute of Australasia teams up with Asia Insurance Review to bring a series of virtual briefings and training to the region.
There are plenty of instances of bizarre and arcane laws that are still (technically) in force in some parts of the world – particularly the UK where many of the world’s legal systems have their roots.