Asian risk managers can look forward to another year of competitive insurance market conditions and soft rates according to experts gathered for a headline debate at the inaugural Pan Asia Risk & Insurance Management Association (Parima) conference in Singapore this week.
The Asian risk management community will be offered education and certification that is aligned with Ferma’s planned programme as early as next year if Franck Baron, founding chairman of the Pan Asian Risk and Insurance Management Association (Parima), gets his way.
The Pan-Asia Risk & Insurance Management Association (Parima) is the youngest of the major organisations around the world that aim to develop and serve the risk management profession, but has wasted no time in setting about this task with purpose and vigour in Asia.
The Indian Government will adopt new technology to help warn citizens, tourists and business people of impending natural disasters in a bid to mitigate their impact.
As French companies look for growth opportunities abroad, many have turned their attention to fast-growing markets with which France has cultural affinities, such as Vietnam in southeast Asia. Those firms seeking the rewards on offer must approach with care and appropriate risk management techniques.
Airmic set to expand technical team, FM names new leaders for Europe, Middle East and Asia Pac and Catlin launches Singapore branch.
The Pan-Asia Risk & Insurance Management Association (PARIMA) was launched at the start of this month at a conference attended by over 140 people in Singapore.
Reports from PwC and Aon Benfield published this week underline the huge potential of the Chinese insurance market but also the fact that foreign insurers and reinsurers must continue to tread carefully as they seek to tap the opportunities.
Risk managers with operations in the Asia Pacific region must raise their game and supply the very best data to the risk transfer industry in order to defend the deployment of global capacity in the region following the spate of natural catastrophes this year, according to a panel debate at the Risk Management Institution of Australasia’s 2011 conference.
Following the news that Guernsey-based companies have been given the green light to float on the Hong Kong stock exchange experts from the island warned brokers this week that many intermediaries are still unaware of the potential advantages of captives for their clients.