In an intensely competitive and capital constrained market, attracting and solidifying customer relationships is central to achieving sustained growth.
Insurers must find a way to identify, anticipate and respond to shifting customer preferences while also delivering an improved customer experience through a more efficient distribution solution. We have assembled a team with deep understating in customer advisory and insurance in our Asia Pacific practice with ready access to our global networks. To succeed in this demanding environment and realise the opportunities, Insurers need to start listing to the most important voice of all – their customers.
Our 2011 Mainland China and Hong Kong executive compensation report reveals a significant increase in total cash compensation across all executive positions in both markets in 2010.
In our report, we analyse executive and independent/non-executive director compensation for main board listed A share companies in Mainland China and the largest 1200 companies listed in Hong Kong in terms of:
Compensation levels and mix
Short-term incentive (STI) plans
Long-term incentive (LTI) plans
Independent/non-executive director fees
Corporate governance practices
Motor insurance Across Asia’s emerging markets, motor insurance offers an exciting opportunity. We examine both sides of the risk or opportunity coin across eight countries in Asia.
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