Financial advice has traditionally focused on objective financial well-being. However, a new study by AIA Australia has shown that a client's subjective financial well-being is the missing piece of the well-being puzzle.
State-run Life Insurance Corporation (LIC), India's largest insurer, is reviewing Adani Group's response to scathing criticism by a US short-seller and will hold talks with the group's management within days, reported Reuters.
Ghana has reached an agreement with the country's insurers on a domestic debt exchange, taking it closer to completing this programme, a key factor in restoring economic stability and growth, reported Reuters citing the Finance Ministry.
The Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC) has asked the Taiwan Central Depository and Clearing Corporation to establish an online retirement preparation platform to meet the needs of an ageing society through promoting protection, retirement investment and public welfare.
The new President of the Chartered Insurance Institute of Ghana (CIIG), Solomon Lartey has urged all players in the financial industry to object to the Domestic Debt Exchange Programme.
The Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) is looking to change the way it assesses the R06 financial planning practice unit in an effort to make the tasks more flexible and realistic.
Prudential Singapore has been given the nod by regulator the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) to set up a new financial advisory (FA) firm, promising a wider range of products and services to its customers.
Insurance companies stand to earn higher profits in 2023 thanks to rising interest rates.
The Ministry of Finance has categorically stated that it cannot exempt the insurance industry from the debt exchange programme.
The insurance sector in Egypt is anticipating a surge in the number of policyholders surrendering insurance policies, following the actions of banks to offer savings certificates with an annual return of 25%.