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.
The IRDAI has issued draft guidelines for Bima Vahaks, a new initiative aimed at enhancing insurance inclusion and penetration in rural areas.
Three-quarters (76%) of Malaysians say that they view insurance favourably with 76% intending to purchase it during the coming year, according to the Manulife Asia Care Survey 2023.
China's state-run basic medical insurance funds, including maternity insurance, saw a total expenditure of over CNY557.74bn ($80.65bn) from January to March 2023, up by 21.7% year on year, data from the National Healthcare Security Administration show.
There is a need to formulate a national vision for comprehensive digital transformation in the health sector in Lebanon, participants of a forum on the health sector have learnt.
The impact on China Pacific Insurance (CPIC) of the authorities' move to lower pricing interest rates of traditional insurance products would be limited, the giant insurer says in a bulletin released on 1 June.
China's insurance claim services for policies sold through the Internet have three major features: they are almost totally online, intelligent, and paperless, according to a study by the Institute of Finance and the Insurance and Economic Development Research Centre, both of the prestigious think tank, the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.
Mainland Chinese visitors to Hong Kong snapped up insurance policies in the territory, generating new office premiums totalling HK$9,613m in the first three months of the year.
Insurance companies in China are continuing to increase their capital, after the implementation in 2022 of the China Risk-Oriented Solvency System (C-ROSS) Phase II regime.
The re-opening of borders between mainland China and the territory on 6 February 2023, after a three-year lockdown because of the COVID-19 pandemic, portends well for the insurance markets of the Greater Bay Area (GBA), including Hong Kong.