Shenzhen-headquartered insurance and banking group Ping An saw its net profit rise 15.1% in 2016 compared with the previous financial year.
Hong Kong Life insurance, 16.6% owned by Hong Kong general insurer Asia Insurance, has agreed to sell to Hong Kong-based investment firm First Origin International for HK$7.1bn (£740m).
Insurance Post asked one of Hong Kong's most experienced insurance professionals about her latest role as CEO of Asia Insurance.
Guernsey has signed a memorandum of understanding with the China Insurance Regulatory Commission, signalling an increased level of cooperation between the regulatory bodies of both markets.
Last year the number of completed mergers and acquisitions of general / life insurers and reinsurers across the world fell 13% from 2015 according to global law firm Clyde & Co.
Asian insurance markets continue to offer significant opportunity for international financial services group Prudential, the company’s CEO has said.
China’s One Belt, One Road initiative is one of the most ambitious infrastructure projects the world has ever seen.
A Hong Kong government advisory group is recommending changes in captive, marine and reinsurance regulations to help turnaround the SAR's Asia hub status.
Wang Yincheng, executive director, vice chairman and president of Chinese insurer PICC, has resigned according to the firm.
Mark Tucker, CEO of Hong Kong-headquartered life insurer AIA, sees great potential for his company and others in China.
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.