As the Indonesian government begins to implement its JKN universal health insurance scheme, some hospitals and health advocates question if the policy is financially viable.
Stage 1 of Qatar’s National Health Insurance Scheme has seen success, offering free coverage for women’s health services at public and private hospitals.
As Obamacare dominates the news in America, China enjoys the benefits of its own government-sponsored health insurance.
A new report from the Centers for Disease Control serves as an important reminder that in the United States and abroad, antibiotic-resistant bacteria is a threat to health.
RSA (Royal & Sun Alliance) have released a new Home Insurance plan in China called Private Client Insurance. Home Insurance is something that has rarely been purchased in the past in China, with local Chinese people giving it little attention or importance. It is only now becoming more recognised as an important form of insurance…
The Maldivian government will move forward on plans to engage in a public private partnership with Allied Insurance to provide universal health insurance in the island nation. The government had previously invited insurance companies to draw up plans for providing universal health insurance for the island and submit them to be considered for the partner position. The Maldivian Finance Ministry made…
RSA, the parent company of Royal & Sun Alliance, has recently acquired GCAN Insurance from the Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan Board in a cash deal worth US$420 million (EUR 303 million). With this acquisition, RSA effectively expands its foothold in the Canadian commercial insurance sector.
CNA insurance company has recently entered into an agreement with RSA, formerly known as Royal & SunAlliance, to provide companies based in the US with access to the global distribution network of RSA. Through this agreement, CNA will be able to expand its reach to India, South Africa, Australia and a good number of countries in Latin America. This new agreement with RSA does not discontinue the current 16-year alliance that CNA has with Assicurazioni Generali.
Aviva investors have started to question whether the refusal of the GBP 5 billion (EUR 4.13 billion) bid from RSA Insurance Group Plc was the correct way forward, and this question is being addressed to Mr Andrew Moss, who three months after becoming the Chief Operating Officer of Aviva Plc back in July 2007, unveiled his "One Aviva Twice the Value" strategy. Fast forward to the present, and Aviva shares have lost almost half their value since then, prompting investors to ponder about the merits of a breakup of the company.
RSA has been reported as having made a GBP 5 billion (USD 7.8 billion) bid for Aviva's general insurance business in the UK, which has been turned down by Aviva's board. Aviva shares jumped over 5 percent on the news. RSA has previously targeted much smaller companies for acquisition, such as their purchase earlier in August of