Ping An senior management heavyweight Ms Jessica Tan Sin Yin has resigned as co-CEO and EVP of Ping An Insurance (Group) Company of China ("the Company"), a financial services holding company.
At least nine insurance companies have commenced the process of naming a successor to their incumbent CEO or managing director three months before a 31 December deadline for insurers to replace such top executives who have been in the position for at least 10 years.
An extraordinary general assembly of the Insurance Association of Turkiye (TSB), held on 14 September 2023, has elected Mr Ugur Gülen as the new president of the organisation.
Wang Bin, former chairman and ex-Communist Party chief of China Life Insurance, has been sentenced to death with a two-year reprieve for corruption and concealing overseas deposits.
Dubai National Insurance (DNI), one of the leading insurance companies in Dubai, has appointed Mr A R Srinivasan as its new CEO.
The Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) and the Financial Markets Authority (FMA) have observed a variety of governance practices in their first joint cross-sector thematic review of regulated entities' governance practices; a number of good practices, as well as some that were below their expectations.
Over 90% of CEOs/MDs of insurance companies might be forced to quit their positions at the end of this year if the National Insurance Commission (NAICOM) was to enforce the Corporate Governance Code and Guidelines.
The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) has finalised new requirements for authorised deposit-taking institutions (ADIs), insurers and superannuation entities to publicly disclose information on aspects of their remuneration.
The Bangladeshi government is making major changes to regulations regarding the appointment and removal of the CEOs of insurance companies operating in the country.
ZhongAn Online P&C announced on 24 July 23 that Mr Ou Yaping had tendered his resignation as chairman of the company due to "personal work arrangements".