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The APEC CEO summit brings together some of the leading minds of the business world. At this year’s meetings in Beijing, CCTV News caught up with Mark Tucker, the CEO of AIA, the world’s fourth largest insurer. He shared his insights on the prospects of insurance companies in the region and China’s openness to foreign life insurance firms. Subscribe us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/CCTVNEWSbeijing Download for IOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download for Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cctvnewschina Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCTVNEWS Google+: https://plus.google.com/+CCTVNEWSbeijing Tumblr: http://cctvnews.tumblr.com/ Weibo: http://weibo.com/c...
In this CreditMatters TV segment, Philip Chung, Director of Asia-Pacific Insurance Ratings, provides an overview of Singapore’s growth as an insurance and reinsurance hub in Asia-Pacific and discusses some factors that can challenge this growth.
https://live.ft.com/Events/2015/FT-Asia-Insurance-Summit On 15th October 2015 more than 250 senior executives from leading insurers, investment managers and regulatory authorities gathered in Hong Kong for the second annual FT Asia Insurance Summit. Chaired by Jennifer Hughes, Asia Capital Markets Editor, Financial Times and Alistair Gray, Insurance Correspondent, Financial Times, the event examined explore the complex economic, investment and regulatory challenges faced by insurers operating in the Asia region, and what insurers must do to tap into new pools of opportunity and realise higher levels of profitability and sustainable growth. Portfolio allocation strategies for a low interest rate environment, assessing growth potential and entry strategies for emerging markets, the increa...
Standard & Poor's maintains a stable outlook on Asia-Pacific's insurance industry. However, with recent natural catastrophes occurring in New Zealand, Japan, and Thailand, could our view change? In this CreditMatters TV segment, Senior Director Connie Wong shares her views on what could lie ahead for life, nonlife, and reinsurance companies in the region. Topics include how the floods in Thailand could affect the credit profiles of some Thai nonlife insurance companies and regional reinsurers.
In this brief video Jason Kelly, Head of Liabilities & Financial Lines Greater China & Australasia shares his insights on Directors and Officers Insurance in Asia Pacific including rising trends and the different needs of the region.
http://www.tibco.com/industries/insurance In this video, ING's Ritu Thakur explains why the global insurer took on the initiative to automate life insurance claims and underwriting in Asia Pacific and shares the results of these efforts. In this growth region, insurance companies have to be fast and responsive as customers have high expectations and competitors keep upping the ante. Among its initiatives, ING Asia Pacific sought to move away from a paper-based operation to one supported by rules-based decision-making for policy issuance or claims acceptance. As a result, ING has achieved higher straight through processing (STP) ratios and greater productivity, improving turnaround times and process efficiency. Using service-oriented architecture (SOA), ING has made its processes more fle...
Robin Loh, our Chief Digital Officer, explains what drives FinTech innovation in Asia and talks about trends such as open APIs and Blockchain, and how the Insurance and Finance industry needs to evolve in terms of customer service and experience.
WRIN.tv spoke with Hannover Re Chairman and CEO Ulrich Wallin at the S&P Insurance Conference about recent developments in insurance linked security (ILS) market, alternative capital, and Hannover Re strategy for continued growth. Hannover Re recently participated in two ILS transactions including the Massachusetts Property Insurance Underwriting Association (MPIUA) and Texas Windstorm Insurance Association (TWIA). Mr. Wallin says Hannover Re is doing the fronting for both transactions and worked with Guy Carpenter. Mr. Wallin reminded us that alternative capital originally started in the CAT bond market, providing additional capacity the traditional market could not fill. Now, alternative capital is competing for business that is currently written by the traditional market. That puts pr...
This video report explores some of the key drivers in the increase of M&A in the Asia Pacific insurance industry including the impact of innovation and disruption on the industry, and key drivers of the next round of M&A activity. Lyndon Masters, Corporate partner, DLA Piper Original publication date: March 2016
Towers Watson, in cooperation with the International Insurance Society (IIS), recently conducted a survey of more than 500 insurance experts to learn which megatrends are of most concern to insurers, and how prepared they are to address their potential impact over the next two years and then over the next five years. This video, with Mark Saunders, Asia Pacific Insurance Sector Managing Director of Towers Watson, and Dr. Louis Ng of Hong Kong University, discusses survey highlights and analysis of the findings. Learn more at: http://www.towerswatson.com/en/Insights/IC-Types/Ad-hoc-Point-of-View/Insights/2013/insurance-industry-trends
In this video, Richard Collis, Managing Director of Risk Consulting & Software Practice and Isabelle Kerneuzet, Insurance M&A Advisory Services Leader, highlight the key points for the Asia Pacific region from our recent study of insurance M&A activity around the world, in partnership with Mergermarket. Read more: https://www.towerswatson.com/en-GB/Insights/IC-Types/Survey-Research-Results/2016/01/Defying-gravity-Insurance-mna-on-the-rise-contact
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Developed countries from the West are not the only ones who are upgrading their systems against insurance theft. With the widespread of technology and the integration of new knowledge and computer geniuses, even those living in the suburbs of Africa now has their own system to secure their data and confidential information. Axis Capital, with group of insurance and reinsurance companies in Bermuda, Australia, United Kingdom, Singapore and in over ten states in the US, is one of the many companies reported to first integrate a more tighter security system in the start of 2015 in the Asia-Pacific.