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Insurance schemes hurt medical aids
Insurance schemes hurt medical aids

Medical aid cover could become far more expensive, Wits Professor and Health Economist Alex van den Heever warned at the Board of Healthcare Funders' conference in Durban.

29 Aug 2014 10:24

Regulatory changes face insurance sector
Regulatory changes face insurance sector

Insurance companies and intermediaries are bracing themselves for rapid, far-reaching regulatory changes that are due to be introduced in 2016.

25 Aug 2014 11:05

Women to the fore!

The CA(SA) is becoming a powerful vehicle for gender transformation in South Africa.

25 Aug 2014 10:39

Clientele's new business up 111%
Clientele's new business up 111%

Financial services company Clientele grew its new business to what it says was a record level of R638.2m for the full year to June‚ in a tough economic climate.

By Gillian Jones 20 Aug 2014 11:53

Insurance companies launch development programme
Insurance companies launch development programme

Hollard Insurance Company and Telesure Investment Holdings, owner of Auto & General Insurance, 1st for Women Insurance, Budget Insurance and Dial Direct Insurance, have launched a pilot development programme for small motor body repairers (MBRs).

20 Aug 2014 10:11

Digitisation should benefit everyone in insurance industry
Digitisation should benefit everyone in insurance industry

The South African insurance sector is advised to approach the digitisation journey incrementally rather than as a radical business transformation.

20 Aug 2014 09:25

Insight for the insurance industry
Insight for the insurance industry

A tidal wave of data is drowning the enterprise. A terabyte, maybe two a few years ago, has grown to several petabytes for the larger entities and most cannot cope with the speed and velocity at which this data is coming at them. Moreover, the vast majority of the data is unstructured, meaning that some 80% of data isn't stored in manageable and easy-to-use databases.

14 Aug 2014 14:27

No truth in rumours over nationalisation of pension funds
No truth in rumours over nationalisation of pension funds

Government has no intention of nationaliseing people's pension (or provident) funds, or preventing them from accessing their money, says the Department of Basic Education.

By More Matshediso 14 Aug 2014 08:03

Insurers expect some earthquake claims
Insurers expect some earthquake claims

Hundreds of insurance claims have flooded in after the earthquake that rocked parts of South Africa this week.

By Adele Shevel 14 Aug 2014 05:50

Insurers identify new markets and take new approaches for growth, 2014 KPMG Insurance Survey - KPMG South Africa
Insurers identify new markets and take new approaches for growth, 2014 KPMG Insurance Survey

The short-term insurance industry in South Africa has performed at significantly lower levels compared to last year. This is according to the 17th annual KPMG Insurance Survey...

Issued by KPMG South Africa 12 Aug 2014 11:08

Liberty's BEE earnings up to 664.7 cents a share
Liberty's BEE earnings up to 664.7 cents a share

Financial services group Liberty Holdings grew its black economic empowerment (BEE) normalised headline earnings per share (HEPS) by 10% to 664.7c for the six months to June.

8 Aug 2014 11:55

Accurate data a valuable aid for insurers
Accurate data a valuable aid for insurers

As the market for insurance grew and price and cost pressures rose, insurers and intermediaries could no longer afford the luxury of so much face time with clients, which resulted in a need for critical risk-related insight.

7 Aug 2014 08:53

MiWay CEO honoured for contribution to insurance industry
MiWay CEO honoured for contribution to insurance industry

René Otto, CEO of MiWay, was recently awarded the 2014 COVER Excellence Award in the category Lifetime Contribution to the Short-term Insurance Industry.

6 Aug 2014 08:24

Transnet faces R80bn claim from pensioners
Transnet faces R80bn claim from pensioners

A South African court on granted two pensioners permission to launch a multi-billion-dollar legal action against state-owned logistics company Transnet, which they accuse of stripping their retirement funds.

1 Aug 2014 10:19

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