The Strategy and Budget Office (SBO) of the Turkish Presidency has published a preliminary analysis of the financial impact of the destructive 6 February earthquakes in southern Turkiye, using post-disaster needs assessment methodology.
Health insurance firms are increasingly realising that 'Health is Wealth'. When we are healthy, our chances of growing in wealth increase manifold.
Meiji Yasuda Life has launched a telephone voice hearing aid device named "Sound Arch".
Japan is ranked second in a new Swiss Re study on life and health insurance availability, accessibility and affordability (three 'A's). Japan's aggregate inclusion score is 0.66, behind the 0.67 score for the US.
South African life insurers navigated volatile investment markets and a tough operating environment in 2022, emerging well-capitalised and in a strong position to continue honouring contractual promises made to policyholders and their beneficiaries, says the Association for Savings and Investment South Africa (ASISA).
Amhara Bank, incorporated in June 2022, and other promoters are working to establish an insurance company in Ethiopia with a paid-up capital of ETB2bn ($37.7m), the largest amount of initial capital for a new insurer in the country.
Kaf Life Insurance has become the first Egyptian insurance company to transform from takaful to conventional insurance operations, the insurer says in a statement.
AI chatbot, ChatGPT, is creating sensations and breaking barriers in different industries, and even giving financial advice to people. But can it really replace human financial advisors?
The Financial Services Authority (OJK) continues to strengthen the insurance industry by ensuring that industry players are ready to implement the Statement of Financial Accountant Standards (PSAK) 74 concerning Insurance Contracts starting 1 January 2025.
The distribution network is picked by several top insurance executives as the most important driver that their companies rely on to grow their business in the next two years.