DirectAsia Singapore, part of the Hiscox group, has launched a tailored insurance cover for Singapore based families planning holiday trips abroad during the school holidays in June.
Chubb announced yesterday that it has set up an aviation hub in Singapore to develop further its general aviation and aerospace insurance business.
Immortalize, a Singapore-based elderhood marketplace and information provider has launched Will of Fortune by Immortalize (WOFI) - an immersive strategy card game that helps the public learn about end-of-life and legacy planning in a fun, engaging and repeatedly playable way.
Asta, the leading third-party managing agent at Lloyd's and part of the Davies group, announced yesterday that Volante Global, a multi-class, multi-territory international MGA and Lloyd's syndicate, has launched Volante Singapore.
Manulife Singapore has introduced Manulife Pro, its first-ever comprehensive premier recognition programme, which provides the top-performing financial consultants from Manulife (Singapore) and Manulife Financial Advisers with differentiated and dedicated resources and tools.
InsurTechs have been under increasing pressure to demonstrate a plan for profitability as investors tighten their wallets to fund startups.
The Singapore Reinsurers' Association (SRA) has announced that this year's 19th Singapore International Reinsurance Conference (SIRC) will be an all in-person event following the overwhelming success of last year's in-person event, which drew a record attendance of over 2,200 delegates from 62 countries.
The deprioritising of social and environmental initiatives by small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Singapore is potentially leading to worsening workplace safety and health (WSH) performance, according to QBE Insurance's yearly survey that examines the key concerns and challenges faced by SMEs in Singapore.
Singaporeans are living longer, and yet, only 59% are confident they will be healthy enough to live well to age 80 or beyond according to a report commissioned by Prudential Singapore and written by Economist Impact.
Traditional insurance brokers primarily focuses on securing insurance coverage for their clients, but the broker of the new age must be more than that, said Singapore Insurance Brokers' Association president Ng Leng Leng.