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This website features updates about the present scenario in the insurance industry and the two organizations, the Association of Insurers and Reinsurers of Developing Countries (AIRDC) and Association of  Insurance Supervisory Authorities of Developing Countries (AISADC).


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AIRDC's Jacinto: ASEAN Markets Grapple With Regulation, Taxation, Pricing
07/03/2017 | Administrator

Herminia Jacinto, secretary general, Association of Insurers and Reinsurers in Developing Countries, said that, despite problems, ASEAN market integration was moving ahead. Jacinto spoke with A.M. Bes [ ... ]

17th Asia CEO Insurance Summit
07/02/2017 | Administrator

21 – 22 February 2017 • Four Seasons Hotel, Singapore
Theme: “Organised Chaos – Leading in a World of Speed, InsurTech & Social”
A New Deal for Insurance 
View details here.

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2014 Christmas lunch with Atty. Arnaldo, The Honorary President

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The former Philippine Insurance Commissioner and the founder of the AIRDC and AISADC Atty. Gregoria Arnaldo, was invited to a Christmas lunch meeting by Ms. Evangeline EscobilloSecretary General together with Ms. Dolly Gicaro, Prof. Inez Belleza, Ms. Edna Miranda and Gen. Nestor Sadiarin, the Executive Assistant.

During lunch meeting, Atty. Arnaldo was briefed on the various activities and involvements of AIRDC AND AISADC in the success of relevant insurance conferences, workshops, seminars but most importantly in its preparation for the 19th ICDC. Ms. Evangeline Escobillo showed her the compilation of these events showing the proceedings and summary of discussions together with the photos of recent seminars and conferences of AIRDC and AISADC. She was appraised that the next 19th ICDC is scheduled on September 27 to 30, 2015 in Seychelles.

Last Updated on Thursday, 08 January 2015 13:54

Assigns Ratings to Capital Life Insurance Company Limited

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A.M. Best Assigns Ratings to Capital Life Insurance Company Limited SINGAPORE - DECEMBER 24, 2014

A.M. Best has assigned a financial strength rating of B- (Fair) and an issuer credit rating of "bb-" to Capital Life Insurance Company Limited (CLI) (Papua New Guinea). The outlook assigned to both ratings is positive.

CLI is incorporated in Papua New Guinea and a wholly owned subsidiary of Capital Insurance Group Limited, which is owned by four long-established Papua New Guinea organizations of a much larger financial size: Teachers Savings and Loan Society Limited (TISA), Nambawan Super Limited, Credit Corporation Limited and National Superannuation Fund (NASFUND).

---> View Full report here.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 07 January 2015 16:11
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