Global insurance M&A hits US$49 billion in 2017January 4 2018 by InsuranceAsia News Staff
Korean P&C insurers falling short on oil and gas exclusions
- April 20
While most of the insurers have started acting on coal policies, only Samsung has extended it to the petroleum industries.
Market dislocation unlikely to disrupt Asian carriers
- April 11
Asian insurers are casting their investment nets wider with a growing impetus on the sophisticated aspects of ESG.
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.
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.