China regulator ties investment products into broader risk management

Market had grown to RMB 2.76trn by the end of last year


Chinese non-life insurers develop products for ailing local business

As the Covid-19 pandemic puts the world on path to recession, innovative property and casualty insurers in China are designing products to help SMEs and exporters alike. David Walker reports


Life and health insurance sales jump up to 80% in China

Regulator acts to limit prices so all consumers can buy insurance


Covid-19 spurs more than 600 new products from China's insurers

Chinese regulator reveals extent of support for real economy by local underwriters


Chinese regulator lets go of Anbang with buyers in the wings

Watchdog praises longer-term focus of firm's life business


Insurance donations near $150bn in coronavirus battle

Regulator introduces new actuarial rules for life and health cover


Hong Kong insurers reassure stranded travelers on policy risk as borders shut

China regulator issues measure for mainland insurers to combat coronavirus


Hong Kong insurers eye Greater Bay Area opportunities

Hong Kong fancies itself as the risk management hub of the Greater Bay Area, thanks to a young but dynamic regulator and its technological knowhow. Vincent Huck reports from the Asian Insurance Forum


Foreign insurers to benefit from Chinese life market opening up

Fitch still expects large local players to maintain a competitive edge though


Chubb to increase stake in China's Huatai

Deal follows Chinese M&A by Zurich and Allianz