Magazine

Sep 2020

Read the latest edition of AIR and MEIR as an Interactive e-book

Read the latest edition of AIR and MEIR as an Interactive e-book

Wisdom and tactics in life insurance

COUNTRY PROFILE - Japan

The year to date has not been kind to any nation in Asia Pacific – we find out how the life sector is meeting the challenges of 2020 and preparing to serve customers in future.
 


Non-life industry braces for a hardening market

INSURANCE - General

Non-life insurers across the region prepare for hardening of rates as the industry tries to come to terms with the pandemic.

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What 5G will mean for insurance agents

CHINA

What impact will the upcoming 5G technology have on traditional insurance sales models? How much disruption can we expect to see?

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Featured Articles


All Stories

  • Magazine article aboutEditor-s-Message

    Editor's Message

    In September we usually start on a high. But 2020 is doing badly on this score and the common chorus seems to be: When will this despair end? We know not.

Reinsurance

  • Magazine article about40-years-on-still-going-strong

    40 years on, still going strong

    Celebrating its 40th anniversary this month, Taiping Re’s Polly Ho talks to Asia Insurance Review about what the company has accomplished and how it intends to navigate the challenges presented by the current global climate.

Insurance

General

Country Profile

Japan

  • Magazine article aboutRegulatory-insights

    Regulatory insights

    Japan is often viewed as one of the most mature and most sophisticated insurance markets in Asia Pacific – so how the nation’s regulator tackles big issues like capital standards is of immense importance to many.

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  • Wisdom and tactics in life insurance

    The year to date has not been kind to any nation in Asia Pacific – we find out how the life sector is meeting the challenges of 2020 and preparing to serve customers in future.

  • In a confident position

    As with every country in Asia, Japan was not untouched by COVID-19, although a lot of the pandemic’s negative effects were curtailed by swift action from the government and the central bank.

Regulation

COVID-19

China

Notebook

Think Tank

Product Bites

  • Product Bites

    Manulife Hong Kong launches new flagship critical illness plans AXA offers road protection at the touch of a button Sun Life Hong Kong launches plan for long-term wealth growth

News

Asian

Diary

People on the move

Letter from the Editor

  • Forever blowing (up) bubbles

    Once upon a time in a land far, far away students of economics learnt a set of rules that helped them understand the way that economies were likely to work when some central variables were tweaked.