Hong Kong Insurance Authority

The Hong Kong Insurance Authority (IA) is an insurance regulator established under the Insurance Ordinance (Cap. 41). The principal function of IA is to regulate and supervise the insurance industry for the promotion of the general stability of the insurance industry and for the protection of existing and potential policy holders.

See below for the Latest Hong Kong Insurance Authority News, Analysis, Profit Results, Share Price Information, and Commentary. 


HK Insurance Authority launches new QDAP selection tool

Users can choose and compare any available QDAP policies using the search tool.

Hong Kong insurance regulator bans former insurance agent for fraud

The agent falsified academic records to meet the requirements to be an agent.

Hong Kong unveils development roadmap for insurance sector

The government aims to strengthen the city’s role as a sophisticated insurance hub.

Hong Kong insurance regulator warns public of fake insurer website

The fake website has now been reported to the police.

Hong Kong regulator warns public of phishing scams on Whatsapp

The messages purported to be from Sun Life Hong Kong.

How GBA after-sales service centres will affect Hong Kong insurance

GlobalData’s Sravani Ampabathina believes that the centres will boost health and motor insurance sales.

Insurance regulator warns public of fake insurer Facebook page

The page is imitating the insurer Blue Insurance.

Hong Kong announces plans for Mainland insurance after-sales services centres

This was announced during Chief Executive John Lee’s policy address.

Hong Kong insurance regulator bans former agent for two years 

The agent was banned for using a false academic certificate under the self-regulatory regime.

Hong Kong extends temporary facilitive measures until 2023

The extension was supposed to end by 9 September 2022.

Hong Kong life insurance industry revenues dip by 3.3%

New business premiums from Mainland China visitors surged by 150%.

Married people have the most insurance literacy rate in Hong Kong; survey

They are followed by mature working adults, with the youth as the least literate.

Hong Kong consumers are ‘moderately literate’ in insurance: study

But behavioural biases dragged the city's literacy score.

Hong Kong Insurance Authority warns public of bogus calls

The callers are pretending to be staff from the IA to gain private information.