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  • Nearly 84% of Indonesians covered by state-owned insurance

    Indonesia's Health Care and Social Security Agency (BPJS Kesehatan) customer service and expansion director Andayani Budi Lestari has disclosed that 83.94% of the population, or 221m people, are registered under the National Health Insurance and Indonesian Health Card (JKN-KIS) programme, reported The Jakarta Post. BPJS oversees both health coverage programmes for all employees, non-employees, self-employed and informal workers. The government has targeted for all Indonesians to have BPJS membership by this year.

    Latest News | 17 May 2019
  • RMS updates risk models for Asia Pacific earthquake

    RMS has released new views of earthquake risk in Taiwan and in six countries across Southeast Asia, as well as an update to its view of hurricane risk across the hurricane-impacted countries in the North Atlantic basin. The models will be delivered on version 18.1 of RiskLink and RiskBrowser, RMS' industry-leading risk management software.

    Asia Risk | 01 May 2019
  • Indonesia: Local InsurTech selected for VC's scale-up programme

    Indonesia-based InsurTech Qoala has been selected in Sequoia Capital India's 16-week-long 'Surge' programme alongside 17 other Asian startups. Launched in September last year, Qoala works with major insurers to develop insurance products for new use cases ranging from flight delays, hotel quality checks, e-commerce logistics, cancelled movie tickets, phone screen damages which is sold to end customers through a wide network of ecosystem partners.

    Asia | 25 Apr 2019
  • Indonesia: Insurers urged to offer multipurpose credit insurance

    There are only a few general insurance companies working on multipurpose credit insurance business in Indonesia, even though this line has bright business prospects, says the executive director of the Indonesian General Insurance Association (AAUI) Dody Achmad Sudiyar Dalimunthe.

    Asia | 22 Apr 2019
  • Indonesia: Life insurers look to support from winner of presidential election

    The Indonesian Life Insurance Association (AAJI) hopes that whoever wins the presidential race in the general election held yesterday, would give a boost to the insurance industry specifically by increasing the penetration of life insurance.

    Asia | 18 Apr 2019
  • Indonesia: Health insurers shift towards higher-end coverage

    The ratio of health insurance premiums to overall general insurance premiums in Indonesia has been falling, even though health insurance business has been growing in the country.

    Asia | 26 Mar 2019
  • Indonesia: Life premiums show 5% decrease in 2018

    The Life Insurance Association of Indonesia (AAJI) has announced that the life sector saw a fall of 5% in total premium income in 2018 to IDR185.88trn ($13bn).

    Agents | 19 Mar 2019
  • Indonesia: Life premiums show 5% decrease in 2018

    The Life Insurance Association of Indonesia (AAJI) has announced that the life sector saw a fall of 5% in total premium income in 2018 to IDR185.88trn ($13bn).

    Asia | 18 Mar 2019
  • Indonesia: Non-life market sees premiums expand by 10% in 2018

    The Indonesian General Insurance Association (AAUI) has announced that total non-life insurance premiums grew by 9.8% to IDR69.9trn ($4.9bn) in 2018.

    Asia | 14 Mar 2019
  • Healthcare start-up raises $65m in Series B funding

    Halodoc, an Indonesian digital healthcare platform, has raised $65m in Series B funding led by new investor UOB Venture Management. Existing investors also participated in the financing round along with other new investors, such as Singtel Innov8, Korea Investment Partners and WuXi AppTec. These new funds will be used to improve the platform's online to offline healthcare experience with hospitals and insurance partners as it continues to roll out in 2019.

    Latest News | 06 Mar 2019


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