The government is considering a proposal to allow young Australians to remain on their parents' private health insurance plans until the age of 30.
Most of the leading international companies that were once active in Taiwan's life insurance industry have long since exited the market. The list includes Aegon, Aetna, ING, Manulife, MetLife, New York Life, and Winterthur.
Etiqa Insurance & Takaful has received licences to operate both general and life insurance business from Cambodia's Ministry of Economy and Finance, the Malaysian leading insurer has announced.
AXA Green Crescent Insurance Co (GCIC) has inked a partnership agreement with yallacompare, a leading financial comparison platform in MENA, to offer a range of life insurance products. This partnership is the first-of-its-kind in the UAE where a range of life insurance products are being offered via an online financial aggregator.
Amid declining birth rates and an ageing population, nearly half (46%) of Singaporeans expect their family to care for them in retirement, a new survey by St James's Place Wealth Management Asia (SJP Asia).
State-run Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) contributed 50.5% of total first-year individual single and non-single premium income in the financial year ended 31 March 2020 (FY2020) compared with 61.3% in FY2010, notes CARE Ratings.
South Korea's insurers saw their profits decline in the first quarter from a year earlier due to increased insurance operating losses, according to the preliminary data from the Financial Supervisory Service (FSS) released yesterday.
HSBC has launched HSBC Health Goal Insurance Plan (HGIP), a whole-of-life insurance plan designed for commercial customers in Hong Kong. Commercial customers can now integrate HGIP into their business continuity strategy to cover enhanced keyman protection, talent retention and long-term wealth growth.
Singapore's life insurance industry recorded a total of S$965.8 million (US$677.28 million) in weighted new business premiums for January to March this year, a 10% increase from the same period in 2019.
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, Great Eastern has strengthened its partnership with health-tech company Doctor Anywhere (DA) to bring online and offline general practitioner (GP) consultations island-wide to more of its customers.