China's regulator the China Insurance Regulatory Commission has asked the country's 84 non-life insurers and 12 reinsurers to each hire a chief actuary by 1 January 2020.
Kevin Angelini, head of strategy, insurance consulting and technology, Asia-Pacific, at international broker consultancy Willis Towers Watson offers his thoughts on China's online insurance phenomenon.
Global insurer Chubb and state owned Chinese insurer PICC P&C have signed a 10 year global cooperation agreement.
Brilliant Reinsurance has become Guernsey’s first Chinese insurance company.
Listed Chinese insurance giant Ping An is considering listing its technology and internet subsidiaries.
Hong Kong-headquartered insurer Asia Insurance has become the lead underwriter for a marine war risk syndicate based in Hong Kong.
The Chinese government has announced its intention to lift foreign ownership limits on domestic life insurers.
Chinese internet only insurer Zhong An has posted its third consecutive quarterly loss in 2017.
Singapore-based reinsurer Asia Capital Re has called off its sale to Chinese investors.
Evariste Yeung has left insurer AIG in Japan to become a consultant for Willis Towers Watson.
Allianz's corporate and specialty arm Allianz Global and Corporate Specialty will formally open an office in Beijing later this month.
Global P&C insurer Chubb has signed a 15 year bancassurance agreement with Singapore-based bank DBS.
The political temperature in Malaysia is rising as the country heads towards its fourteenth general election writes Michael Lum, head of political risk and trade credit for Beazley in Singapore.
Shanghai-headquartered Zhong An, China's largest internet general insurer, has gained approval for a listing on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.
Typhoon Hato has killed 10 people in Hong Kong, Macau and China, injured 121 and will cost Hong Kong at least HK$4bn (£400m) in economic costs.
Allianz-owned global trade credit insurer Euler Hermes has made two senior appointments in Asia.
Chinese insurance giant Ping An is waiving premiums and fast tracking claims following a deadly magnitude 6.6 earthquake in Jiuzhaigou, Sichuan during peak tourist season this week.
Following the global ransomware attack named as Wanna Cry in May Asian firms are becoming more interested in cyber insurance.
China's regulator the China Insurance Regulatory Commission is determined to continue its reform of the insurance sector.
Chinese internet only insurer Zhong An has filed for an IPO in Hong Kong according to reports.
Over 29,000 firms in China and other countries in Asia-Pacific have become victims of the WannaCry global ransomware attack.
The China Insurance Regulatory Commission has warned insurers to intensify scrutiny over their operations.
Xiang Junbo, chairman of the China Insurance Regulatory Commission, is under investigation by the Communist party's anti-corruption unit.
Chinese banking and insurance group Ping An is investing around 1% of revenue or $1bn (£800m) a year in technology.