Hong Kong-headquartered Asia life and health insurer AIA has extended its sponsorship agreement with English Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur until the end of the 2021/22 season.
21 people have been arrested in Hong Kong for driving without insurance and illegally driving a car for hire while working for Uber.
The fifth annual Claims Conference Hong Kong returns this week on 18 May at the Harbourview Renaissance.
The Hong Kong Commissioner of Insurance John Leung Chi-yan has been appointed as CEO of the incoming Insurance Authority for one year.
Former Zurich head of Asia-Pacific Stuart Spencer is returning to insurance with a role as chief marketing officer at AIA.
AIA regional CEO Ng Keng Hooi will takeover from Mark Tucker as AIA's group CEO three months earlier than originally planned.
In the second most expensive place in the world for private medical insurance insurers and the government are trying to tackle Hong Kong's multiple healthcare challenges.
Luxembourg-headquartered specialist MGA Circles Group has expanded its Hong Kong team and moved office.
Lloyd's CEO Inga Beale was in Hong Kong to celebrate 20 years of having an office in the Special Administrative Region.
Hong Kong-headquartered reinsurer Peak Re saw pre-tax profits fall 88% last year to $6.9m (£5.5m) compared with $59.2m in 2015.
Nexus, one of the largest specialist MGAs in the London market, has revamped its Hong Kong-based Asian operations including the rebrand of its marine team.
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.
Ben Chung, former technical director at Hong Kong broker Nova Insurance, has joined Bank of China Insurance.
Asian insurance markets continue to offer significant opportunity for international financial services group Prudential, the company’s CEO has said.
Mark Tucker, group CEO and president of Hong Kong-headquartered AIA, is leaving the Asia life insurer to join international banking group HSBC.
A Hong Kong government advisory group is recommending changes in captive, marine and reinsurance regulations to help turnaround the SAR's Asia hub status.
Berkshire Hathaway Specialty has hired two senior insurance professionals as the insurer introduces personal accident to Hong Kong and Singapore.
Last year UK-headquartered international broker JLT grew revenues and profits in Asia and was buoyed by a good employee benefits performance in Australia and New Zealand.
Global specialty insurer MS Amlin, is to acquire 100% of the equity of Phoenix Underwriters, a Hong Kong based managing general agent specialising in yachts, super yachts and commercial craft.
Mark Tucker, CEO of Hong Kong-headquartered life insurer AIA, sees great potential for his company and others in China.
Despite the US being seen as the pre-eminent center for insurtech investment, it in no way has the monopoly on all the good ideas.
Former CEO of JLT Thailand Mark Johnson is to become CEO of Hyperion-owned specialist marine broker FP Marine starting on 1 March.
Changes could be in store for Hong Kong's insurers and banks should the newly-formed Competition Commission find any issues with the bancassurance model.