Some of Hong Kong’s biggest insurers, such as AIA and Prudential, have been recruiting extra sales agents, confident the bay area will generate new business in the long term. Photo: Bloomberg Some of Hong Kong’s biggest insurers, such as AIA and Prudential, have been recruiting extra sales agents, confident the bay area will generate new business in the long term. Photo: Bloomberg
Some of Hong Kong’s biggest insurers, such as AIA and Prudential, have been recruiting extra sales agents, confident the bay area will generate new business in the long term. Photo: Bloomberg

‘Insurance connect’ will be next big step for Greater Bay Area, with two services centres expected to be set up by end of year

  • The plan involves setting up service centres in Shenzhen and one other mainland Chinese city featuring counters for Hong Kong insurers
  • Initially the Hong Kong firms will be limited to handling claims, processing payments of their mainland clients, say sources familiar with discussions

Topic |   Greater Bay Area
Some of Hong Kong’s biggest insurers, such as AIA and Prudential, have been recruiting extra sales agents, confident the bay area will generate new business in the long term. Photo: Bloomberg Some of Hong Kong’s biggest insurers, such as AIA and Prudential, have been recruiting extra sales agents, confident the bay area will generate new business in the long term. Photo: Bloomberg
Some of Hong Kong’s biggest insurers, such as AIA and Prudential, have been recruiting extra sales agents, confident the bay area will generate new business in the long term. Photo: Bloomberg
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