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Cancer protection

A tale of two markets

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Cancer cover in both Korea and Hong Kong has taken more than a few paths over the past several decades. In Korea, cancer product design may have been a contributor to some of the market’s poor early 2000s experience; Hong Kong cancer products are more varied and flexible than those in Korea; and both Korea and Hong Kong insurers as well as those in the rest of Asia, have demonstrated that cancer-only protection is an important product to offer. With experience trends evolving rapidly, RGA's Amit Punchhi, Heng Yeow Lim and Candice Yam take a timely look at this increasingly essential cover.



Reprinted with permission of The Asia Insurance Review (AIR)
www.asiainsurancereview.com.


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The Authors

  • Heng Yeow Lim
    Head of Pricing
    South East Asia
    RGA Australia
  • Candice Yam
    Head of Pricing
    Hong Kong Branch 
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  • medical innovation
  • globalization
  • aging Asia
  • middle market
  • actuarial
  • group re
  • morbidity
  • insurance medicine
  • Asia market