Country Profile - Hong Kong: A time for change

Contreras, Manuelita
June 2011
Asia Insurance Review;Jun2011, p9
Trade Publication
The article reports that the time has come for the change in insurance market of Hong Kong, China, as the regulator leads the proposed establishment of an independent Insurance Authority and a Policyholders' Protection Fund. With the 2008 financial crisis serving as a necessary impetus, Annie Choi, Commissioner of Insurance, believes that this time around, there is a strong case and support for insurance reforms.


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