Direct and Digital Life Insurance in Asia

The Digital Insurer

Webinar Statistics Click here for all the Webinar Statistics Listen to an experienced panel of professionals present, discuss and answer your questions on the latest trends in Direct Life Insurance in Asia in our increasingly digital world. By participating live you can help to shape the panel questions.
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In trying to meet the new demands of the sharing economy, the insurance industry faces a number of distinct challenges that will require new approaches to doing business. Regulations are at best rapidly changing and often nonexistent. As a competitive advantage, some sharing economy firms do not make financial information public which the insurance community could use to more fully evaluate their risk and exposure. Most startups allocate capital toward growth rather than devoting it to collateral that insurers typically use to validate credit exposure. Firms grow so quickly, there is little, if any, historical loss information with which to predict future losses and set rates for emerging risks.

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In trying to meet the new demands of the sharing economy, the insurance industry faces a number of distinct challenges that will require new approaches to doing business. Regulations are at best rapidly changing and often nonexistent. As a competitive advantage, some sharing economy firms do not make financial information public which the insurance community could use to more fully evaluate their risk and exposure. Most startups allocate capital toward growth rather than devoting it to collateral that insurers typically use to validate credit exposure. Firms grow so quickly, there is little, if any, historical loss information with which to predict future losses and set rates for emerging risks.

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