Life and Health Employee Benefits – Q3 2020
Welcome to the fourth quarterly edition of Life and Health in Asia, jointly brought to you by TDI and Gen Re.
In this edition we have four articles:
- Our in-depth explores how insurers that offer flexible products can benefit at a time when many employers, in light of global financial, political and health developments, are rethinking their HR functions
- We deep dive on Japan’s InsurTech boom noting that Japanese life insurers are pursuing startups just as eagerly as their American and Chinese counterparts. And for many in Japan, the view that conservative regulation is stifling innovation is fading, opening the door for an acceleration of new product development
- CXA’s founder Rosaline Chow Koo speaks with us on re-imagining the employee benefits ecosystem, the company’s journey so far and her take on the broader employee benefits market
- Finally we speak with Gen Re’s Yih-Fen Tseng to learn more about what is changing in Taiwan, which has the highest insurance penetration in the world, but perhaps lags behind other countries in the region when it comes to innovation.
Enjoy the edition!
How can insurers that offer flexible products benefit at a time when many employers are rethinking their HR functions?
Japan is in the midst of an InsurTech boom sparked by a recognition that its large, mature market is under penetrated.
Line and Neurotrack have been added to the Life and Health Digital Insurance Landscape in Asia report.
CXA’s founder Rosaline Chow Koo shares CXA’s journey so far, its current positioning, and her view of the broader employee benefits market.
Gen Re Taiwan’s Yih-Fen Tseng, on the development of regulation in Taiwan, and the effect it is having on the InsurTech and online insurance sectors.