Despite recent setbacks in the world economy, the Chinese insurance industry continues to grow in a way that defies the odds. Duxes' summit will serve to update and upgrade its delegates on the multifaceted subject of a burgeoning insurance industry.
Venerated speakers to be invited include the China Insurance Regulatory Commission (CIRC), the University of International Business and Economics, and representatives from top-tier firms like AIA, Metlife, Generali, Pingan, Allianz, China Life, PICC, New China Life, CPIC, CITIC-Prudential, China CITIC Bank, Hua Xia Bank, and more.
The agenda has been specifically designed for the insurance industry, and will feature the above keynote speakers and interactive platforms, which will allow all participants to gain valuable insights into the insurance industry and all that comes with it. Participants will, of course, have ample opportunity to raise their concerns regarding the industry, and will be provided abundant networking opportunities.
In focus: 2011 has been anything but an easy year for the world economy. It has faced numerous challenges - recessions, crises, and overall uncertainty. Unfortunately, the Chinese insurance industry also hasn't escaped misfortune - it has also endured the constraining bottleneck of domestic growth, rising CPI, and high inflation. Notwithstanding these facts, the national insurance premium was 805.6 billion RMB in 2011's first half, during which Chinese insurers earned a cool profit of 48.9 billion RMB. The Chinese insurance industry remains a ripe, albeit complicated market of opportunity.