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  1. Digital ecosystems: extending the boundaries of value creation in insurance

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    Published by: Swiss Re Institute Content Type: Publication

    Imagine. You're sitting at home on a Friday night and feel like having your favourite Thai green curry. And you also need a taxi to go the pharmacy to pick up the prescription you forgot to collect earlier. Gone are the days when these needs would be met b

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  2. Motor insurance claims are on the rise

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    Published by: Swiss Re Institute Content Type: Article

    Underwriting results in US motor, in both the personal and commercial segments, have deteriorated in the last couple of years, and insurers have increased rates to catch up with rising claims costs. The surge in loss costs has been due to higher frequency

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  3. Meeting the complex needs of a growing ageing population

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    Older age is becoming the new norm, but there is no norm for older age. Everyone travels a unique path to retirement and has different needs along the way. Developing financial solutions that stick means they must first be designed to specifically meet the

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  4. IFRS17

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    Published by: Swiss Re Institute Content Type: Article

    The new standard, IFRS 17, replaces IFRS 4, which permits a wide variety of accounting practices in different jurisdictions.1 IFRS 17 will become effective from 1 January 2021, with prior-year comparative reporting required, although some countries have ch

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  5. Chinese non-life personal lines – consumer perspectives

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    Investigating consumer preferences for non-life personal insurance in China The Chinese insurance market has been growing rapidly. Since 2000, non-life insurance premiums have increased by an average of 18% per annum, significantly higher than China's annu

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  6. Using technology to help manage diabetes

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    Published by: Swiss Re Group Content Type: Article

    Summary Today estimates show approximately 451 million adults – that's 1 in 11 - have diabetes. This comes with a huge economic cost: the annual global price tag to treat the condition is USD 1.3 trillion. However, growing scientific evidence shows weight

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  7. sigma No 2/2018: Constructing the future: recent developments in engineering insurance

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    Published by: Swiss Re Institute Content Type: Article

    Engineering insurance is set to grow According to the Swiss Re Institute, global engineering insurance premiums for 2017 were approximately USD 21 billion. This represents roughly 3% of total commercial insurance premiums (around USD 730 billion in 2017).

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  8. Insurance in poverty reduction: a case from China

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    Insurance in poverty reduction: a case from China In China, which makes up one fifth of the world's population, the two primary causes of poverty are disease at 42% and natural hazards at 20%. Researchers at Peking University in partnership with Swiss Re I

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  9. World Insurance in 2016: The China Growth Engine Steams Ahead

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    A feature of the growth of China and other selected markets has been a strong increase in the share of online purchases of insurance. More broadly, however, the pace of development of digital distribution in insurance has varied across different markets an

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  10. Insurance outlook

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    Published by: Swiss Re Institute Content Type: Article

    Key takeaways: non-life Global non-life premiums will grow by around 3% on an inflation-adjusted basis in 2018, and we forecast similar growth over the coming two years. The global aggregate is being driven by the emerging markets, where we forecast close

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