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Customers may invest between S$5,000 and S$100,000.
It will be delivered through the “Parrot” mobile application and policyholders can monitor their trips and CO2 emissions. 
It provides coverage for child critical illnesses and development disorders.
The insurer will donate S$1,000 for every S$1m raised from GREAT Green SP proceeds.
Japan and China accounted for 60% of MAT premiums in APAC.
Gigacover, an independent worker insurance provider, saw its users increase ninefold since 2020.
Luke Ware will join the firm come Q4.
Cho will report to Zurich Asia Pacific CEO Tulsi Naidu.
Yam Wai Shu will not be allowed to apply for a licence for five months.
Sylvie Gleises will assume the role effective 1 September.
The country came second behind the US in terms of total premium volume in 2020.
The sector will grow at a CAGR of 4.4% from 2019 to 2025.
These losses should not materially affect earnings as there are reserves in case of potential losses.
AXA HK has reinsured a closed block of whole life insurance policies originating in Asia.
A group of ministers will now decide on various issues related to the proposed offering.

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Customers may invest between S$5,000 and S$100,000.
It will be delivered through the “Parrot” mobile application and policyholders can monitor their trips and CO2 emissions. 
It provides coverage for child critical illnesses and development disorders.
The insurer will donate S$1,000 for every S$1m raised from GREAT Green SP proceeds.
Japan and China accounted for 60% of MAT premiums in APAC.
Gigacover, an independent worker insurance provider, saw its users increase ninefold since 2020.
Luke Ware will join the firm come Q4.
Cho will report to Zurich Asia Pacific CEO Tulsi Naidu.
Yam Wai Shu will not be allowed to apply for a licence for five months.
Sylvie Gleises will assume the role effective 1 September.
The country came second behind the US in terms of total premium volume in 2020.
The sector will grow at a CAGR of 4.4% from 2019 to 2025.
These losses should not materially affect earnings as there are reserves in case of potential losses.
AXA HK has reinsured a closed block of whole life insurance policies originating in Asia.
A group of ministers will now decide on various issues related to the proposed offering.

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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Richard Holloway joins panel of judges in the Insurance Asia Awards 2021

Millman’s South-East Asia managing director believes that markets are showing signs of recovery despite the decline in new business sales during the pandemic.

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