Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) will get more support to equip themselves with the skillsets to further grow their business under Prudential Singapore's SME Skills Accelerator (SSA) programme. It is a collaboration between SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG) and Prudential, under the SkillsFuture Queen Bee partnership.
MSIG Insurance has introduced Freelancer CashPlus, an insurance plan that dispenses daily cash benefits to help gig workers safeguard against income loss during a prolonged illness or injury.
Having lost her mum due to cancer at the age of only 10, Yim Wan Ting, a Financial Consultant from Jaden Wang Group in Assets Prestige Alliance ("APA"), is passionate about helping her clients to get protected.
The Indonesian General Insurance Expert Agents Association (A3UI) is lobbying the Financial Authority (OJK) to revise a 2016 regulation so that general insurance agents would be able to collaborate with more than one insurance company at any one time.
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The General Insurance Association (GIA) of Singapore has launched a new accident reporting system called GIA Easy Accident Reporting System (GEARS). The online platform went live on November 30 yesterday.
Swiss health and Insurtech company dacadoo, which provides digital health engagement and health risk quantification systems to insurers, has conducted an insurance industry research project to better understand how insurance executives perceive the next normal in a disrupted world.
NTUC Income customers who purchase its travel insurance will now be covered for COVID-19 medical-related expenses while overseas. The enhanced travel insurance offerings are in response to the gradual lifting of border restrictions in Singapore and other parts of the world.
The CBIRC has issued new regulations which, among other things, introduce and supervise a new category of insurance agents - the independent individual insurance agent. The new rules will take effect from 1 January next year.
Fanhua, a leading insurance intermediary in China, has drawn up an operating strategy which involves developing a professional sales force, digital capability and open platform.