Tower sees Auckland flooding costs double to US$142mMay 8 2023 by InsuranceAsia News Staff
Looming El Niño raises risk of secondary perils across APAC
- June 8
Carriers look to innovate as countries across the region fear dry conditions, drought, forest fires and flash floods with (re)insurers on high alert.
ICA unveils 187 Disaster Ready Fund projects for disbursement
- June 7
The Australian industry association says the US$267m resilience investment for items such as flood levee design and improved hazard data and mapping marks a new era and will help reduce premium pricing.
Asian carriers on the hook from ‘hundreds of millions’ of Guam typhoon claims
- June 7
Tokio Marine, MS&AD, DB and Chung Kuo among hit as Typhoon Mawar caused extensive property damage, but high deductibles could help keep losses down.
Sedgwick elevates Amanda Hillier to forensic accounting partner in Australia
- June 1
Hillier has been responsible for operational quality in this division since 2011.
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.