China’s insurers spend billions to buy shares as stock market tumblesJuly 10 2015 by Nick Ferguson
Opinion: Lloyd’s investment losses flag risks for Asian (re)insurers
- March 17
The US$3.6bn hole in the market's 2022 results and current banking turmoil show the need for carriers to revisit their portfolios and reassure investors.
China Huanong on rating watch over rapid growth in risky assets: Fitch
- November 23
The Chinese non-life insurer's risk-assets ratio nearly doubled in nine months to 49% by the end of Q3.
Hanwha General’s performance helps outlook improve to ‘stable’: Moody’s
- November 22
Lower claims on motor and long-term medical insurance have helped the Korean firm.
Currency mismatch piles pressure on Asia underwriting
- November 16
As the US dollar strengthens, carriers in the region are feeling the heat due to worsening asset-liability positions amid capacity constraints.
Allianz Re: Agriculture Insurance in Asia: Protection gap and embracing technology
Digital transformation is at the heart of bridging protection gap and removing bottlenecks for farm cover in China and India.
AXA XL: Helping ESG move from the periphery to the mainstream
Underwriter Victoria Soo and Senior Risk Analyst Daryl Soh on how credit insurance helps finance infrastructure projects and other ESG investments.