KPMG adds three actuarial partners in Hong KongDecember 7 2016 by InsuranceAsia News Staff
World Bank cat bond listing boosts Hong Kong’s ILS ambitions
- March 29
As a risk management hub, the city is looking to attract talent, diversify business and develop an ecosystem, says HKIA's Clement Cheung.
NSW’s new government urged to bin premium levy
- March 28
Dropping the emergency service levy, which adds an 18% surcharge to home insurance and 40% to business premiums in the state, will lower insurance costs.
UBS takeover of Credit Suisse to have ‘minimal’ impact on Hong Kong market: HKIA
- March 20
As share prices fall, the regulator said that insurers in the SAR seldom place deposits with Credit Suisse, or hold bonds and derivatives issued by the bank.
ICA calls for 10-year disaster funding over worsening extreme weather
- March 16
The insurer body wants the government to extend the US$133m per year programme into a rolling scheme.
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.