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  • Hong Kong: Securities and Futures Commission warns of cryptocurrency risks

    Yet another Asian regulator has expressed reservations about cryptocurrencies. Recently, Hong Kong's Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) issued a statement alerting investors to the potential risks of dealing with cryptocurrency exchanges and investing in initial coin offerings (ICOs).

    Date : 20 Feb 2018
  • Hong Kong: Aviva and Tencent form online life insurer

    Major UK insurer Aviva and its partners, Chinese Internet giant Tencent Holdings and private equity fund Hillhouse Capital, have agreed to develop an insurance company in Hong Kong, which will focus on digital insurance.

    Date : 20 Feb 2018
  • Hong Kong: Complaints body revamped, Mrs Pamela Chan named Chairman

    The Insurance Claims Complaints Bureau (ICCB), which was established in February 1990, has changed its company name to The Insurance Complaints Bureau (ICB) with effect from 16 January 2018. Mrs Pamela Chan Wong Shui has been named Chairman of the ICB.

    Date : 23 Jan 2018
  • Hong Kong: Couples face escalating tension from housing needs

    Personal relationships are under financial strain, while housing and living arrangements are of major concern to Hong Kong people according to the 2017 Prudential Relationship Index ("PRI"). The findings highlight a need for more fulfilling relationships and comprehensive financial planning for the people in the city.

    Date : 16 Jan 2018
  • Going through a rough patch? This Court of the Table producer shares how you should view it.

    Jessica Mok, Winner of Rookie Insurance Agent of the Year at the 1st Asia Trusted Life Agents & Advisers Awards, shares with Asia Advisers Network her mentality when going through a rough patch, whether insurance is a sunset industry, and her mission to continue trumpeting the importance of being a trusted adviser.

    Date : 26 Dec 2017
  • Hong Kong: Prudential introduces digital claims submission and chatbot

    Prudential Hong Kong has announced two new additions to its digital transformation line-up that harness automation, artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning and other technological innovations in order to provide a more personalised and accessible experience to customers.

    Date : 19 Dec 2017
  • 91-year-old Manulife agent sets world record for longest sales career

    Mr Joe Sun Yung Tsu, Manulife's longest serving life insurance sales agent, has been awarded a Guinness World Records title of "longest career as a corporate salesperson". After 62 years and 238 days with Manulife Hong Kong, the 91-year-old continues to serve clients and inspire his fellow agents with drive and dedication.

    Date : 08 Aug 2017
  • Hong Kong: New insurance regulator to draft Code of Conduct

    The Insurance Authority (IA), which started operations last month, will work with the industry to draw up a code of conduct and other requirements for the licensing and training of salespeople over the next two years before licensing applications begin.

    Date : 18 Jul 2017
  • Hong Kong: Population is Asia's most retirement conscious

    Hong Kong is home to the world's second most retirement-conscious population and leads Asia Pacific in moving out of cash to generate retirement income, according to the BlackRock Global Investor Pulse Survey 2017.

    Date : 04 Jul 2017
  • Hong Kong: First-ever impaired annuity product introduced

    MetLife Hong Kong has launched an optional rider which protects customers from the persisting consequences of designated critical illnesses. It is the first impaired annuity product in the market that continuously provides annuity payouts even if the insured person recovers subsequently.

    Date : 30 May 2017