Opinion: Indonesia’s 1998 riots and their impact on the (re)insurance marketApril 7 2023 by InsuranceAsia News Staff
Opinion: Florida’s return to orderly renewals a welcome sign for APAC
- June 1
Prospects of 30-40% rate hikes tempt reinsurers back to a normalised attitude towards the assumption of nat cat risk as 1.6 draws to a close.
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.
Opinion: Ransomware payments down under – to ban or not to ban?
- April 21
Insurers suggest an outright ban on ransoms and extortion demands in data breach incidents could be a blunt, ineffective policy instrument.
Opinion: India’s non-life players edging towards international systemic risk status
- April 13
Home-spun big beasts GIC Re and New India will soon have more of an impact on the global stage.
Zurich | Aligning your climate resilience strategy with evolving disclosure requirements
Climate reporting as a mere checkbox exercise may not yield meaningful information if companies fail to manage their risks.
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.