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  • Rethinking Retirement in Asia - Oliver Wyman

    How can insurers better serve retirees in Asia post-crisis? Angat Sandhu and Ajit Rochlani from Oliver Wyman share their insights in this article.

    Date : 06 Jul 2020
  • Asian market falls behind in terms of pension systems- Allianz Global Pension Report 2020

    Allianz unveiled the first edition of its "Global Pension Report", taking the pulse of pension systems around the world with its proprietary pension indicator, the Allianz Pension Indicator (API). The indicator follows a simple logic: It starts the analysis with the demographic and fiscal prerequisites and then continues to examine pension systems along their two decisive dimensions: sustainability and adequacy. Hence, it is based on three pillars and takes all in all 30 parameters into account, which are rated on a scale of 1 to 7, with 1 being the best grade. By adding up all weighted subtotals, the API assigns each of the analysed 70 countries a grade between 1 and 7, thus providing a comprehensive view of the respective pension system.

    Date : 01 Jun 2020
  • A Possible Solution to the Soaring Old-Age Dependency Ratio?

    This article is in no way trying to minimize the medical and financial horrors inflicted around the world by the COVID-19 pandemic. But before most of the world ever heard of a coronavirus or COVID-19, there was a different global crisis, albeit less immediate than the current pandemic, says Ronnie Klein, Executive Director of Bermuda International Long Term Insurers and Reinsurers (BILTIR), which represents Bermuda's life and annuity sectors. He shares his insights in this article.

    Date : 25 May 2020
  • Hong Kong: Over half believe that their savings would be insufficient to support retirement - Manulife survey

    New research by Manulife Hong Kong has revealed that around one-third of working people in Hong Kong are likely to invest their retirement savings - including accrued Mandatory Provident Fund (MPF) benefits - in stocks when they retire, exposing them to the risk of high volatility.

    Date : 19 May 2020
  • Singapore: HSBC Insurance launches HSBC Life Variable Annuity

    HSBC Life Singapore has launched HSBC Life Variable Annuity, a retirement plan which combines the assurance of a steady guaranteed base level of income and the ability to generate upside income potential.

    Date : 18 Mar 2020
  • Australia: Women worry more than men about outliving savings in retirement

    Women in Australia worry more than men about retirement, the latest National Seniors Social Survey has found. An in-depth analysis found that the degree of worry about retirement income was 47% higher in women than in men.

    Date : 28 Jan 2020
  • Asia Pacific: A Hub for Silver Market Opportunities

    The Asia Pacific is experiencing rapid demographic ageing. The region's population of those aged 60 years and above is projected to increase from 576 million in 2017 to 1.3 billion in 2050. It is currently the world's third-largest nursing care market with a CAGR of 14.6%, as compared to the global average CAGR of 8.6% between 2018 to 2022.

    Date : 27 Dec 2019
  • Younger Aussies worry more than baby boomers about retirement savings

    Younger Australians are more worried about retirement savings than those close to or in retirement, and Australians overall are more anxious about retirement finance than their global peers, according to new research by global asset management firm Franklin Templeton.

    Date : 26 Nov 2019
  • Hong Kong: HSBC Life launches a whole-of-life insurance plan and dementia protection rider to its annuity plan

    HSBC Life has launched two insurance solutions to meet customers' health and wealth needs - the new HSBC Health Goal Insurance Plan ("HGIP") and HSBC EarlyIncome Annuity Plan ("EIAP") with new Dementia Protection rider.

    Date : 30 Jul 2019
  • Here's another reason for critical illness insurance - the impact on caregiver's career

    When it comes to insurance, some argue that only economically active people or people with dependents should need insurance. So it is not uncommon to hear "My son/daughter/wife/husband is not working, so we don't need insurance for him/her." Common but foolish, especially when it comes to critical illnesses or disability. Here's why.

    Date : 12 Jun 2019
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