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Posted in Asia, China and Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Regulatory and legislative updates, Singapore, Vietnam

Changes in insurance regulation: China / Hong Kong / Singapore / Indonesia / Vietnam

Our Asia insurance regulatory tracker for the first quarter of 2018 is attached. It includes updates on the introduction of an insurance levy in Hong Kong, a consultation on agency recruitment incentives in Singapore, and new measures in relation to the use of insurance funds in China.

Posted in Asia, Indonesia, Regulatory and legislative updates

Indonesia: Otoritas Jasa Keuangan (OJK) to get rid of sanctions for insurance companies who fail to meet minimum risk-based capital (RBC) requirement

Background In order to maintain sound financial management, insurance companies in Indonesia are currently obliged to maintain a minimum solvency level of at least 100% of their risk-based minimum capital. Beyond this, insurance companies are also expected to reach the “target” solvency level of 120%, below which the Minister of Finance can require an insurance