ReMark: Say No to MaturityAugust 19 2015
Challenging the assumption of limited future growth, we examine the demographic, economic, socio-political and consumer behaviour trends impacting the global life insurance industry to identify growth potential in both developed and emerging markets.
On today’s complex path to purchase, understanding a customer’s needs and motivations is vital. This research into consumer trends demonstrates how deeper customer understanding allied to market-specific insight can generate business value even in the most challenging environments, playing a crucial role in both sales and retention.
The report examines the key areas exerting pressure on growth and margins in the major life markets, and identifies the benefit of strategies designed to integrate multiple channels, improve customer management, and increase the use of data-driven digital marketing – all informed by better customer understanding.
- August 20
The move comes as the broking group's MGA division acquires AIG's HNW home and contents portfolio.
- July 2
The Asia chief executive discusses Covid-19, going digital and restructuring.
- April 10
Climate change, increased urbanisation and a growing concentration of assets were on the risk agenda for 2018.
- March 19
Economic uncertainty, more complex risks and tighter underwriting are all influencing Asia's markets.
With power demand soaring and coal placements declining, fossil fuel plants and insurers must work in tandem to accelerate decarbonisation and ensure the region’s resilience.
Climate modelling and risk engineering expertise can help with risk mitigation and insurance affordability.
Embedded insurance is more than just a tick in the box, it calls for a hands-on approach involving thoughtful consideration of customer value.
Multiple positive growth drivers underpin optimism about the insurance outlook of the region.