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Japan’s Dai-ichi Life targets Cambodian market
22 July, 2016 Dai-ichi Life Insurance reportedly plans to open a representative office in the Cambodian capital Phnom Penh this month.
  • IRM Brexit survey points to negative impact
    22 July, 2016 Over half of respondents to an Institute of Risk Management (IRM) survey have said Brexit will negatively impact their organisation over the short / medium term.
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Cracking China’s health insurance market
20 July, 2016 The perceived value of health insurance in China is still a consumer education challenge, according to Larry Hartshorn, research director for International Research, at US-headquartered insurance association, LIMRA.
  • Latam insurance market starts to get digital
    06 July, 2016 Distribution players in Latin America’s insurance industry are beginning to feel the force of technology innovation - and must adapt a hybrid model of digital and customer service platforms to thrive in future - based on research conducted by...
  • LII Brexit survey: ‘Expect Solvency II to continue’
    05 July, 2016 Insurance experts have told Life Insurance International (LII) that Solvency II is highly unlikely to be watered down for UK insurers following the Brexit vote.Although Solvency II looks certain to remain in place, at least in the short term,...
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IIC analyst’s view: Brexit and Solvency II
13 July, 2016 Jay Patel, insurance analyst at Timetric’s Insurance Intelligence Center (IIC), analyses the impact of Brexit on Solvency II. According to Patel, it is fair to say whichever way Brexit is executed (if it is executed at all); the UK’s influence...
  • Implementing plan B – the Brexit plan – for insurers
    04 July, 2016 Robert Gothan, CEO and founder of Accountagility – a business process management specialist, gives his view on the impact of Brexit for the UK insurance market. Gothan says insurance firms must now look to implement their ‘Brexit Plan’ or ‘Plan...
  • Innovation, inertia and insurance
    14 June, 2016 Andrew Wibberley, director of Alea Risk, which works with insurers and distributors to improve processes and practices, explains why innovation in insurance can feel like a seminal rock concert or sporting event. It occurs about once a decade, and...
  • Dealing with disintermediation
    07 June, 2016 The growing feeling from insurance companies is that they are increasingly finding themselves completely disintermediated from the end customer, according to Mark Broadhurst, European sales director at insurance software provider Intellect SEEC....
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