Hong Kong Insurance Authority
The Hong Kong Insurance Authority (IA) is an insurance regulator established under the Insurance Ordinance (Cap. 41). The principal function of IA is to regulate and supervise the insurance industry for the promotion of the general stability of the insurance industry and for the protection of existing and potential policy holders.
See below for the Latest Hong Kong Insurance Authority News, Analysis, Profit Results, Share Price Information, and Commentary.
HK Insurance Authority launches new QDAP selection tool
Users can choose and compare any available QDAP policies using the search tool.
Hong Kong rolls out roadmap to boost insurance sector
The roadmap seeks to enlarge insurance firms’ access to other markets amongst others.
Here are five bad habits in insurance according to HK’s insurance regulator
These habits drag down Hong Kongers insurance literacy rate.
Hong Kong life insurance industry revenues dip by 3.3%
New business premiums from Mainland China visitors surged by 150%
Hong Kong consumers are ‘moderately literate’ in insurance: study
But behavioural biases dragged the city's literacy score.
Hong Kong receives fewer insurance-related complaints in H1
Complaints about conduct have the most significant number.
How did Hong Kong’s insurance industry fared in its first quarter?
The industry showed only flat growth across both long-term and general business.
Hong Kong IA resumes normal operations
However, the public is still encouraged to make use of off-site services.
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