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The Voice of Asia and a leading premier insurance journal that meets the information needs of the insurance and reinsurance practitioners in Asia. Get a deeper perspective across the entire breadth of issues shaping the insurance industry and stay ahead with the latest news from across Asia with featured articles, in-depth analyses and Co...

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India: Panel suggests building International Financial Services Centres into aviation, marine and trade credit hubs

A committee has submitted its report to the International Financial Services Centres Authority (IFSCA) proposing several key areas and recommendations to develop...
A committee has submitted its report to the International Financial Services Centres Authority (IFSCA) proposing several key areas and recommendations to develop...
Article / 7 months ago

China: 8th Chinese-owned captive insurer receives licence

Multinational power generation and electrical equipement manufacturing corporation Shanghai Electric Group has received approval from the Hong Kong Insurance Authority to establish a...
Multinational power generation and electrical equipement manufacturing corporation Shanghai Electric Group has received approval from the Hong Kong Insurance Authority to establish a...
Article / 3 years ago

Asia's captive industry shows upwards trend

With over 6,500 captive companies around the world, collecting over $150bn in premiums and handling some $256bn in assets, signs point to captives being a robust, mature and dynamic industry...
With over 6,500 captive companies around the world, collecting over $150bn in premiums and handling some $256bn in assets, signs point to captives being a robust, mature and dynamic industry...
Article / 4 years ago

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