ASIA INSURANCE REVIEW Número Enero - enero 2012
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Número Enero - enero 2012

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Are insurers doing enough? Contreras, Manuelita
A Chip in the chain Selden, Stuart
Flooded but not drowned Lun, Seow Kai
Life insurers not greatly affected
Weathering the storm Ang, Benjamin
Growth to continue even if economy slows Ang, Benjamin
Focused on risk Lun, Seow Kai
India's economic growth augurs well for non-life insurers
Life insurers has high hopes of future
Health insurance on healthy ground
GIC Re, the global Indian multinational
Recent developments in the Indian insurance sector Chacko, Leena
Strategic shifts in bancassurance in India Krishnamurthy, Rajagopalan
How innovation can cut the Gordian knot
Inflated assessments : controversies and consequences Samal, R. P.
An Indian Solvency II? Asnani, Megha
2011 Yong, Min
Risk disease, social networks, contagion and interconnectedness Stahel, Walter R.
Hong Kong's mediation bill Keady, Richard
China still sizzling though some changes needed Ang, Benjamin
AIC needs a strong secretariat Contreras, Mnauelita
ASEAN will need framework for group-wide activities Contreras, Manuelita
Climate change and the insurance indutry Leung, Keith
A bumpy road leading to a bright prospect Ji, Maggie
Navigating uncertain waters Lun, Seow Kai
New normal, new solutions : rethinking the business Garth, Denise
Can companies afford not to train? Kamen, Katherine S
CAT-model wagon in 2011 Yong, Min
Catastrophe models in Asia in the aftermath of the Thailand floods Goodchild, James
Emerging risch : winning the sale by agency Ang, Benjamin
Agents of trust Ang, Benjamin
Annuities can avert the pensions "perfect storm" Oude, Walter de
Why risk margin? Ng, Charles
Towards better risk understanding Yong, Min
One formula, diverse races Gupta, Praveen