People crossing the street at Central district on October 7, 2021. Hong Kong consumers have become more health conscious during the most recent coronavirus wave, helping boost insurance sales in the first quarter. Photo: SCMP / Sam Tsang
People crossing the street at Central district on October 7, 2021. Hong Kong consumers have become more health conscious during the most recent coronavirus wave, helping boost insurance sales in the first quarter. Photo: SCMP / Sam Tsang
Insurance

Hong Kong’s Insurance Authority faces talent shortage amid fierce competition during travel restrictions, emigration

  • The Insurance Authority now only has about 300 staff available to work and a headcount of over 330, chairman says
  • Hong Kong’s insurance sector is facing a talent shortage amid increased emigration, and companies are poaching talent from government agencies

People crossing the street at Central district on October 7, 2021. Hong Kong consumers have become more health conscious during the most recent coronavirus wave, helping boost insurance sales in the first quarter. Photo: SCMP / Sam Tsang
People crossing the street at Central district on October 7, 2021. Hong Kong consumers have become more health conscious during the most recent coronavirus wave, helping boost insurance sales in the first quarter. Photo: SCMP / Sam Tsang
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