Global advisory firm Willis Towers Watson is expecting almost half (49%) of global insurers to acquire digital technologies in the next three years.
Heathcliff Tam, Marsh's former infrastructure leader in Hong Kong, has joined smaller rival broker Nova Insurance in the Special Administrative Region.
Singapore-based employee benefits firm the CXA Group is linking up with Fosun-owned Shanghai Zhongheng Insurance Brokers.
As the Year of Rooster starts, it is a good time to reflect on China's evolving economy.
The China Insurance Regulatory Commission has imposed stricter guidelines for China's investments in non-insurance companies.
Following a competitive tender Allianz and Standard Chartered have agreed a 15 year five country general insurance bancassurance partnership in Asia.
Hong Kong-headquartered security company Frontier Services Group has agreed a partnership with Taiping General Insurance.
At least 37 people have been killed after a Turkish cargo plane crashed into a village near the capital of Kyrgyzstan this morning.
Representatives from Gibraltar Finance attended a new captive committee in Beijing earlier this month.
Lloyd's chairman John Nelson has said the organisation is confident it wrote more than 2bn yuan (£240m) of gross written premium in 2016 - more than double the 790m yuan in 2015.
The vice chairman and president of PICC Wang Yincheng has been taken away by Chinese authorities for investigation according to financial media site Caixin.
The coming year looks set to be an exciting but challenging one for general insurers in Asia as strong growth continues in many markets across the region writes Nicky Burridge.
Liberty Mutual Insurance is to acquire Ironshore, a global specialty lines company, from Chinese conglomerate Fosun International.
Cyber attacks on businesses in China and Hong Kong have soared in the last two years according to research from a PWC survey.
74 people have died after a platform at a power plant construction site in Jiangxi province, east China, collapsed.
There has been little change in the rankings of the top 30 Asia insurers since 2014, with China still dominating the rankings, despite a decreasing growth rate
China's P&C insurers saw profits fall 29% to 48.2bn yuan (£5.8bn) in the first nine months of the year compared with the same period in 2015.
Typhoon Haima shut down Hong Kong last Friday, caused around $500m (£400m) of economic losses in Guangdong and killed at least 13 people in the Philippines.
Chinese investment firm China Oceanwide Holdings has bought struggling US mortgage and life insurer Genworth Financial for $2.7bn (£2.2bn) in cash.
Hong Kong-based extended warranty MGA Nexassure has secured a reinsurance partnership with Hong Kong-headquartered reinsurer Peak Re for insurers in Asia.
Singapore-based ACR Capital Holdings' shareholders have agreed to sell the reinsurance firm to two Shenzhen state-owned firms.
Insured losses from September typhoon Meranti could reach $1.15bn (£850m) according to catastrophe modeling firm AIR Worldwide.
A lack of large natural disasters, favourable exchange rates and a number of sizeable mergers have seen many of the top 30 European insurers weather the tough environment and climb the rankings
Chubb is now offering insurance for importers, exporters and transport operators working in the Chinese marine market.