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  • First insurance to cover extreme risks for Chinese tourists debuts

    As the number of Chinese tourists travelling overseas continues to grow, there has also been an increase in travel-related risks facing these tourists such as accidental injuries, trip disruptions, robberies and even kidnappings. This has led to a rising demand for regular safety insurance for accident and medical coverage as well as protection in the case of risky situations.

    Asia | 24 Jun 2019
  • Life insurance: Prepared for a digital future

    What's next for the life insurance industry? We got together industry experts from C-level executives, association heads to startup founders for a roundtable discussion organised in collaboration with 360F. There is much work to be done given the technological and societal changes. But life insurance agents continue to be as vital as ever, and the industry can face the future with confidence if it adapts to the new environment.

    Agents | 24 Jun 2019
  • New cyber risk management solution for Australian enterprises

    Recognising that 'cyber attacks and data breaches' are ranked as the fifth highest concern amongst Australian businesses in its 2019 Global Risk Management Survey, Aon has introduced a cyber risk management analytical portal for Australian enterprises called Cyber Quotient Evaluation (CyQu). Globally, businesses have ranked cyber as the sixth most pressing risk in Aon's biennial market study. However, Aon predicts that cyber will jump to the third-highest overall risk in 2022.

    Asia | 21 Jun 2019
  • 'Noise' in China's healthcare databases impedes use of big data

    China's healthcare professionals lead the rest of the world in the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in clinical diagnosis, says the 2019 Future Health Index published by the Netherlands based health technology company Royal Philips.

    China | 21 Jun 2019
  • Telemedicine to boost healthcare access for insurer's customers

    Looking to provide customers with an 'enhanced' healthcare experience by reducing the time typically spent travelling and waiting for medical consultation, Cigna Singapore has introduced a new digital initiative called Cigna Virtual Clinic.

    Asia | 20 Jun 2019
  • Casualty analytics platform helps insurer perform multi-line risk analysis

    To understand and quantify its liability and loss potential across multiple commercial liability lines of business better, Sompo International is leveraging AIR Worldwide's casualty analytics platform, Arium. As part of their collaboration, AIR is also offering portfolio data coding services to Sompo International that include unique corporate identifiers and geocodes.

    Asia | 20 Jun 2019
  • Real-time predictions of disaster damage in Japan look to mitigate risk

    Aioi Nissay Dowa Insurance, Yokohama National University and Aon Benfield Japan have launched a free website that provides real-time predictions for the number of buildings at risk during natural disasters, reported Japan Times.

    Asia | 20 Jun 2019
  • Collaborations for the betterment of humanity

    The recent US ban on Huawei products has generated wave after wave of negativity. Huawei 'phone owners are worried that the software on their 'phones will no longer be updated while businesses are worried about the potential fallout from such a drastic measure.

    AIRPlus | 20 Jun 2019
  • Blockchain simplifies life insurance claims process for bereaved families

    Singapore Press Holdings (SPH), NTUC Income (Income) and LumenLab, MetLife's Asia innovation centre, have collaborated to automate the life insurance claim process for grieving families through the application of blockchain technology, 'Lifechain'. These three companies saw an opportunity for automation after realising that the tasks of placing an obituary, finding out if the deceased has a life insurance policy and filing for a policy claim, require a lot of the same information about the deceased person.

    Asia | 19 Jun 2019
  • Insurer partners with China's largest mobile medical application

    To develop a new ecosystem of 'Healthcare + Insurance', Ping An Healthcare and Technology Company (Ping An Good Doctor) has partnered strategically with PKU Founder Life to explore combining medical, health and insurance scenarios. As a pivotal part of this new ecosystem, Ping An Good Doctor's recently launched private doctor services are slated to provide a one-stop platform covering a comprehensive range of high-quality medical and healthcare services to customers of PKU Founder Life.

    Asia | 19 Jun 2019

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