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The training market is adjusting through rehashing their portfolios.
Premium growth was driven by the low base effect plus growth in the health segment.
Training programmes are being offered especially on entry-level skills.
This is to ensure that troubled financial institutions won't end up needing costly bailouts.
The academy helps financial professionals accelerate their careers.
It is expected to post a 3-4.5% marginaL ROE due to investment income.
Hong Kong citizens who have received at least one vaccine dose can join.
Pandemic-induced mortality losses will remain small.
It will require project owners and operators to compensate environmental damages.
Long-term insurance revenue premiums declined 5.2%.
The 12.5% jump in cover shows good value amidst a challenging market, it said.
Singapore's GIC led the funding, investing $182m (INR6b).
The upper illustration rate will be capped at 4.25% p.a. and the lower rate at 3% p.a.
Only Dai-ichi Life posted higher core profit.
Ten insurers have invested in 47 community care projects.

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Its five-year digitalisation plan allowed for easy transition to remote work and services.

Singlife shows traditional insurers how to thrive in the new normal

A product with a wide-reaching coverage and having a strong digital service is the way to go, says CEO Walter de Oude.

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The training market is adjusting through rehashing their portfolios.
Premium growth was driven by the low base effect plus growth in the health segment.
Training programmes are being offered especially on entry-level skills.
This is to ensure that troubled financial institutions won't end up needing costly bailouts.
The academy helps financial professionals accelerate their careers.
It is expected to post a 3-4.5% marginaL ROE due to investment income.
Hong Kong citizens who have received at least one vaccine dose can join.
Pandemic-induced mortality losses will remain small.
It will require project owners and operators to compensate environmental damages.
Long-term insurance revenue premiums declined 5.2%.
The 12.5% jump in cover shows good value amidst a challenging market, it said.
Singapore's GIC led the funding, investing $182m (INR6b).
The upper illustration rate will be capped at 4.25% p.a. and the lower rate at 3% p.a.
Only Dai-ichi Life posted higher core profit.
Ten insurers have invested in 47 community care projects.

Exclusives

Inside Concirrus' Asian expansion and helping marine insurers with data analytics

Rising premiums and digitisation present a faster and positive recovery for the sector.

Inside blüüm's quest to bring health solutions to every lifestyle

With its insurtech partner CareVoice, it promises a user-centric and fully digital experience.

How Singapore's 360F collates self-reported metrics for better financial advice

The insurtech helps bridge the trust gap between advisors and clients.

How insurtech Cover Genius delivers personalised insurance anywhere

It partners with insurers to distribute plans through e-commerce sites.

Prudential Malaysia's digital journey let operations take flight amidst the crisis

Its five-year digitalisation plan allowed for easy transition to remote work and services.

Singlife shows traditional insurers how to thrive in the new normal

A product with a wide-reaching coverage and having a strong digital service is the way to go, says CEO Walter de Oude.

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