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1. learning | 24 Nov 2011
» Big changes in industrial insurance policies coming, reduced coverage, higher price, shareholder shakeup & possibly insurance adjustor fees.
2. multimedia | 23 May 2013
» Donald Carden is the CEO of Thai Samsung Life Insurance, one of Thailand’s fastest growing life insurance companies. He spoke with The Prospect Group about increasing life insurance penetration in Thailand, the impact of...
3. learning | 14 Dec 2011
About the floods
» Govt involvement in home flood insurance as in US might be needed. Insurance Cos await flood management plans.
4. learning | 11 Mar 2013
» For sale in 7-11 soon, low-cost insurance policies for poor people to deal with risks such as cancer, Songkran accidents or home fires.
5. news | 04 May 2013
» Kasikornbank (KBank) is exploring life insurance opportunities in Myanmar and Cambodia as part of a fast-track strategy to prepare for the Asean single market in 2016.
6. business | 16 May 2013
Newspaper section: Business
» American International Assurance (AIA), Thailand's largest life insurer, is expanding the number of its agents who hold a single licence as the country moves towards an advanced insurance market such as those in Sing...
7. learning | 13 Dec 2010
» Crop insurance has replaced outright purchase and storage of agricultural commodities by the Thai government, so new business strategies are essential for the continued existence of the government warehouse organization.
8. lifestyle | 09 Jun 2013
» 'Football is like a religion to me," says Ron van Oijen, who is finishing out his term as CEO of American International Insurance. And indeed the exec, better known as "Khun Ron" to the many clubs he's assisted c...
9. business | 03 May 2013
» A person's debts do not come to an end just because he or she has died. After the debtor has passed away, the creditor is entitled to seek repayment of the debt from the debtor's estate. Some debtors have life in...
10. learning | 16 Feb 2012
» Deposit insurance contributions to fall from 28 billion to 700 million baht per year to pay off FIDF 1997 crisis debt. Deposit protection falling from 50 to 1 million baht by August.