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Awarded for market leadership, product innovation, customer service and encouraging the growth of insurance as a core component of the financial landscape.

Who should win?

The winner must have demonstrated consistently high standards throughout the year in promoting both the image and the uptake of insurance – through product and service innovation and by demonstrating that it listens to customers.

Awarded for outstanding performance in the area of general insurance through product innovation, dealing with end-users and intermediaries, and business growth.

Who should win?

The winner must have demonstrated soundness of strategy and implementation of its product offering throughout the year – meeting the needs of both intermediaries and end-users. It should have demonstrated that it listens to customers, develops new solutions and excels at risk management and claims management.

Awarded for innovation in products and services which facilitate an improvement in both the curative and preventative aspects of healthcare management.

Who should win?

The winner must have demonstrated leading professional standards against which other health insurers can be measured and show proof of how global corporate practices have been regionalised.

Awarded to the firm that has integrated digital solutions seamlessly into its business processes.

Who should win?

The winner should have grown its business by leveraging the many digital platforms available to it in terms of customer acquisition, customer retention, communications and back-office systems.

Awarded for market leadership, product innovation, customer service and encouraging the growth of insurance as a core component of the financial landscape.

Who should win?

The winner must offer a comprehensive suite of learning programmes covering the many diverse disciplines within the insurance field – and must have delivered these programmes successfully to candidates of variable abilities.

Awarded to the firm that demonstrates excellence across a wide range of life reinsurance activities including the integrated use of technology, customer service, marketing and business development.

Who should win?

The winner must have demonstrated excellence across the spectrum of life reinsurance activities, working as a trusted partner with cedants, helping with product development and service enhancements.

Awarded to the firm that demonstrates excellence across a wide range of general reinsurance activities, including the integrated use of technology, customer service, marketing and business development.

Who should win?

The winner must have demonstrated that it is responsive to the complex needs of cedants through product development and service enhancements, offering security to clients and acting as a partner with insurers.

Awarded for excellence and innovation in broking services, utilising methods and channels best suited to clients’ individual needs.

Who should win?

The winner must have demonstrated outstanding initiative and leadership qualities in the breadth and depth of its broking services, utilising both new and traditional delivery channels.

Awarded to the firm that best demonstrates commitment to sustainability and environmental protection incorporating ESG benchmarks in its business.

Who should win?

The winner must demonstrate a commitment to sustainable development goals and a contribution to reducing carbon emissions and/or facilitating the transition to a low-carbon economy.

Awarded to an insurance technology start-up that is no more than 24 months old and that drives new products and solutions, improves efficiency of processes and operations and enhances customer experience and satisfaction.

Who should win?

The winner will have leveraged technology to solve a problem in the insurance value chain to make the cover better, cheaper or more attractive.

Awarded for an innovative technology product or service that meets a new or existing demand in the insurance sector.

Who should win?

The winning initiative should be an innovative application of technology that offers a solution to a problem or one which makes doing business easier within the insurance sector.

Awarded for an innovative product or service that has helped improve insurance in Asia in a unique and scalable way.

Who should win?

The winning innovation should have a practical value in meeting the changing needs of the business or its customers or both and should be scalable.

Awarded to the firm that provides services to insurers and reinsurers and demonstrates dedication in looking after its customers, while maintaining healthy margins.

Who should win?

The winner must have demonstrated that it can provide excellent service across the spectrum of its offering, setting the standard for others to match without compromising the profitability of its business.

Awarded to an individual who works outside of the insurance industry and who has effectively enhanced his/her organisation’s risk management and/or contributed to the promotion of risk management in Asia.

Who should win?

The winner should be able to demonstrate how risk management has made a tangible difference to his/ her organisation’s operations and/or balance sheet.

Awarded to the insurance executive under 35 years of age who has shown outstanding leadership qualities while contributing to the advancement of the insurance industry in Asia.

Who should win?

The winner should demonstrate industry expertise and should have used it to further the cause of insurance.

Awarded to the leading executive whose actions best demonstrate the crucial contribution that women make to the future of the insurance industry in Asia.

Who should win?

The winner should have a public image that is in keeping with the future of a modern, inclusive industry and that has been built through manifestations of wisdom, courage and sound business sense.

This award is given to a senior industry figure approaching retirement and recognises a lifetime of serving the insurance industry in Asia.

Who should win?

The winner of this award will have earned the respect and admiration of their peers. They will also act as a role model for new industry entrants as well as other professionals working in the insurance sector. The winner will have shown excellence and leadership in growing the industry and in making insurance better understood by its customers.

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