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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.
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...
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.
The association of the The Asia Pacific Life Insurance Congress is Asia Pacific Financial Services Association and National Association of Malaysian Life Insurance Fieldforce and Advisers. Client: Malaysia Convention and Exhibition Bureau
"Evolving Insurance Regulation: Time to get ahead" is a new report where KPMG provides an overview of global and local Asia Pacific insurance regulatory trends. Big4.com has looked at the information and finds a key issue emerging from this is whether the effect of these changes will be to drive business -- and perhaps companies -- to locations such as Hong Kong. Simon Topping, leader of KPMG's regulatory practice in Asia Pacific comments on the emerging trends.
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.
At Chubb, when we write a policy, we write it for you. We are a global company, but we are no bigger than our smallest client. And we believe insurance is more than underwriting; it's a craft. Not just coverage. Craftsmanship. Not just insured. Chubb. Insured.
Asian economy outlook is clouded by multiple challenges and the financial market remains volatile. Against the backdrop, Clarence Wong, Chief Economist Asia and David Alexander, Head of P&C HK shared their views on the global and Asian economic outlook as well as its impact on the insurance industry. View the presentation here: http://media10.simplex.tv/content/170/203/68465/
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
Every country has their own requirement in insurance policies just as individual insurance provider has their own terms and agreements and different individuals have different premiums to review.
Standard & Poor's recently published the revised criteria for rating insurance companies worldwide. In this CreditMatters TV segment, Connie Wong, Managing Director & Analytical Manager of Insurance Ratings, discusses the implications of this revision on Asia-Pacific insurers' ratings.
Reinsurance companies in Asia-Pacific continue to reel under the region's steep insured catastrophe losses in 2011. In this CreditMatters TV segment, Standard & Poor's Managing Director Connie Wong discusses how the region's reinsurance industry could be affected by last year's natural catastrophes, how that will likely affect S&P-rated reinsurers, and reinsurers in Australia, Japan, and the rest of Asia.
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
A fire insurance might cover the internal structure of your home, it does not cover your home contents. Simply Home provide a simple solution to protecting you, your family, and your home. Learn more: https://www2.chubb.com/sg-en/personal/home-insurance.aspx
IoT’s promise is said to arise from massive data sharing, the generation of usage as well as behavioural insights through analytics. The reality may differ, however, as it calls into question assumptions about the digital and data sharing economy. Drawing on recent global survey findings sponsored by AIG, this presentation by Matt Harris, Chief Executive Officer of AIG Asia Pacific Insurance and Head of Southeast Asia Operations calls for enterprises and individuals to re-consider their trust quotient, rethink the basis for business models and corresponding risk implications. IoT Asia returns to Singapore in 2018. Find out more about Asia's award-winning IoT event at http://www.internetofthingsasia.com
The first Asia-Pacific Stevie Awards were presented in Seoul, South Korea on May 30, 2014. The awards are the first business awards program to recognize achievement in the workplace across the entire Asia-Pacific region
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
Created to showcase the unique approach that Peak Re takes to re-insurance, The Laundromatte was brought on board to communicate how Peak Re is redefining this industry across Asia Pacific.
Natural disasters make headlines with Asia being the most disasterprone in terms of frequency and severity of Nat CATS and extreme events. In 2015, the Asia-Pacific region had almost half the world’s 344 disasters with 16,000 fatalities and 59 million affected and economic losses to the tune of more than US$45 billion though insured losses were much smaller. And there is a screaming protection gap and things are set to get worse with rapid urbanisation, global warming and climate change. The impact of disasters on the poorer communities be they caused by protracted droughts, severe storms and rain, heat waves or quakes is just immense. The calls for international collaboration efforts in disaster risk reduction while positive is just not enough. There is a need to close the protection gap...
This is the largest Life Insurance Conference in the Asia Pacific and is held bi-annually. Christian Chua is a veteran Sales motivator and had spoken to a widen variety of industries including oil and gas, real estate, pharmaceutical, Technology and Life Insurance