Will grow despite volatility

Seow Kai Lun
February 2012
Asia Insurance Review;Feb2012, p14
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the views of David Nish, chief executive officer (CEO) of the insurance company Standard Life Group related to its business plans in Asia. Nish states that despite the economic volatility, there are positive business opportunities in Asia due to long-term savings ratios and discusses the company's plans to expand its business in India and China. He also reflects upon the challenges the company will face in matching the regulatory environment of these regions.


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