Asia-Pacific insurance outlook 2011 - The new wave

March 2011
Asia Insurance Review;Mar2011, p12
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the future prospects of insurance markets in the Asia Pacific region. It is said that the increase in demand and efficient regulatory system across the region are offering significant growth opportunities for insurance companies. However, the companies in this region are facing many challenges including shifting demographics and consumer buying patterns, regulatory and accounting developments, and accelerating business growth.


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