China’s cybersecurity rules for insurance draw foreign protest
Draft cybersecurity regulations may create obstacles to international trade, according to a June 1 letter sent to the chairman of the China Insurance Regulatory Commission.
China warns citizens of risks tied to buying Hong Kong insurance
Since February, Chinese regulators have moved to control residents’ purchases of insurance in Hong Kong.
China's Silicon Valley dream powers rise of health startups
China has been a promising market for U.S. and European health care technology.
Insurance M&A may continue amid some ‘patchy’ results, S&P says
Insurers have struggled in recent years to create value amid the glut of transactions, S&P said.
Yellen says what markets want to hear
She also emphasized “external” risks, including slowing global economic conditions, the level of the dollar and market reactions to China’s currency policy.
Swiping cards 800 times for insurance beats China cash curbs
Investors in China see health insurance purchases as an asset-transfer tool.
China releases rules on national pension fund to ensure safety
New rules may speed the pooling of provincial pension funds to be managed by the Beijing-based National Council.
Gen Re posts China dread disease numbers
The all-cause incidence rate seems to be lowest in the western provinces.
China offers double-digit growth opportunity to UBS’s Zeltner
The wealth management business holds a particular allure in China owing to the surging number of millionaires.
Ping An profit rises as banking revenue, premium income gain
Written premiums from the life insurance business jumped 19 percent last year for China's second-biggest insurer.