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.
Bruce Carnegie-Brown is to become the chairman of Lloyd’s of London.
Australian-headquartered insurer IAG is opening an insurtech hub in Singapore later this year.
Swiss global giant Zurich is reorganising its commercial business in Asia-Pacific, headquartered in Hong Kong, following the worldwide decision to integrate its global corporate and commercial divisions.
Marcus Giles, who formerly worked at Ace from 1999 to 2010, has left his role as head of direct marketing at AIA to join Chubb.
Singapore-based employee benefits firm the CXA Group is linking up with Fosun-owned Shanghai Zhongheng Insurance Brokers.
Singapore-headquartered ACR Capital Holdings, owner of Asia Capital Re, has completed the purchase of stakes in two businesses for undisclosed sums.
Tokio Marine Life Insurance Singapore is linking up with its IFAs and agents via an automated chatbot available on Facebook messenger.
Following a competitive tender Allianz and Standard Chartered have agreed a 15 year five country general insurance bancassurance partnership in Asia.
Former Allianz Global Corporate Specialty senior marine risk consultant Jarek Klimczak has been appointed marine risk engineer for Asia-Pacific at rival XL Catlin.
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.
Singapore-based Lloyd's reinsurance broker Pana Harrison (Asia) has acquired five person Labuan broker AIH Reinsurance Brokers for an undisclosed sum.
US-headquartered health insurance giant Aetna has established an innovation hub in Singapore this month.
Lloyd's specialist insurance group Chaucer has appointed former Swiss Re manager Ong Chee Koon as class underwriter to join its Asia treaty team in Singapore.
Global insurer Chubb has made several senior appointments in Singapore.
Post interviews Marsh's Graham Purdon - the winner of the Claims Awards Asia-Pacific 2016 Lifetime Achievement Award.
Axa will merge its life, health and general insurance businesses in Singapore from 1 January 2017.
Singapore-based ACR Capital Holdings' shareholders have agreed to sell the reinsurance firm to two Shenzhen state-owned firms.
Qatar Re has been granted a license to operate in Singapore.
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
Kim Swan, most recently senior manager - international regulatory affairs at Lloyd's, has returned to Asia.
Timothy Foister has left Liberty International to join Markel in Singapore.
The Claims Club Asia-Pacific has two events this month in Singapore and Sydney.
US software company Nutonomy is offering free rides in six 'driverless' taxis in Singapore from today.