Challenges facing our industry

August 2010
Asia Insurance Review;Aug2010, p52
Trade Publication
The article presents the author's view regarding the challenges cited within the insurance industry. The author mentions that several big companies are more prone to mega risks, which can greatly affect to their respective business operation. The author cites the different risk management standards in Asia due to different cultures and approaches. Moreover, the author also notes the occurrence of structural inefficiencies.


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