ACE names political risk manager amid Japan expansionOctober 30 2015 by InsuranceAsia News Staff
New Zealand to buy 700 homes unfit for rebuilding after severe storms
- June 1
The policy will cost around US$600m with details to be worked out with insurers. NZ will also co-fund the protection of 10,000 other properties.
Philippines’ state Oriental Mindoro pushes for climate risk agri cover
- May 19
Only one-third of over 10 million farm owners are covered by the country's state agricultural insurer PCIC.
Opinion: Will the APAC trade credit market rise to the looming insolvency challenge?
- May 17
With corporate risks expected to rise across Asia, carriers need to up their game and evolve more sophisticated methods of risk assessment.
Coverage gaps leave Asia vulnerable to supply chain risks
- May 10
Companies in the region remain uninsured or underinsured as products for purely financial supply chain losses provide a wafer-thin patchwork of protection.
Guy Carpenter | Dedicated reinsurance capital for Asia life business
Reforms and accounting changes in the region are forcing life insurers to optimise their capital position and improve shareholder returns.
Sedgwick | The digital revolution: how technology is transforming claims
Asia’s insurance market needs to embrace digital and data capabilities to improve client satisfaction.
Allianz Re | Securing India’s energy transition
Innovation and expertise are key to (re)insuring the country’s ambitious transition-to-renewables story.
AXA XL | The art market in Asia: vibrant, dynamic and flourishing
The region's art scene has come roaring back after the pandemic.