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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

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Insurance Ireland appoints female chief executive

Moyagh Murdock joins from Ireland's Road Safety Authority

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Hong Kong insurers at odds with global peers on data benefits

Asian Insurance Forum delegates disagree with IAIS annual meeting delegates in audience poll

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IAIS reveals 80% of insurers 'fail' on climate disclosure

A survey of nearly 1,200 insurers finds low awareness of TCFD climate recommendations

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Institute of Risk Management appoints Great-West CRO as chair

Iain Wright takes over from Socrates Coudounaris

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Hong Kong insurers urge delay in IFRS 17 to 2023

Hong Kong Federation of Insurers reveals it wrote to accounting body

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IAIS Abu Dhabi: human element key to insurers' cyber resilience

Speakers at the IAIS conference today discussed how to train staff and boost cyber security

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IAIS Abu Dhabi: compromise on global capital standard keeps process on track

Paul Walsh summarises the reaction to today’s agreements that keep the Insurance Capital Standard on track, but not without objections from Canada and questions about US comparability

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Lloyd's to merge governing bodies in 2020

Membership election process to take place in April/May

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The Fed and insurance rules: an eclectic fit

The US Federal Reserve created an advisory committee last month – and Manulife’s treasurer Halina von dem Hagen is joining it. She tells Sarfraz Thind about the key issues the market might want to consider right now, including mark-to-market regulation and systemic risk