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INSURANCE Index

  • Titles : Issue 1-10
  • Titles : Issue 11-20
  • Titles : Issue 21-30
  • Titles : Issue 31-40
  • Subject
  • Subject - Name
  • Subject - Geography
  • Contributors

Issue 1 (July - September 2009)

TitleAuthorPage
New challenges for the Malaysian insurance industry : interview with the governor Bank Negara Malaysia, Tan Sri Dato' Sri Dr Zeti Akhtar Aziz  MII  12 - 15
Directors & officers insurance fallout from the economic crisis  Navin Pasricha  16 - 18
Malaysia reinsurance market environment : where are we going  Lau Sook Weng  19 - 24
The Malaysian insurance market survival of the fittest  Fitch Ratings  25 - 27
Marine insurance : hunt, board and we pay Captain St Rakish Mi.Ik 29 - 30
Marine piracy : then and now L M Mohamed Ismail 31 - 34
Ethical sales can be a differentiating factor for agents - 35 - 37
The good news about stress management : how "good" stress keep us going & growing Barbara Schiffman 38 - 39

 

Issue 2 (October - December 2009)

TitleAuthorPage
Hashim Harun : new chairman with a mission  MII  12 - 17
Insurance distribution over the internet and the Asian economic community  Steven Dewhurst  18 - 20
Risk - based capital and impact on Malaysian insurers  Sridharan Nair  23 - 28
Calculated Risk Solvency II  Navin Pasricha  30 - 31
Asia set to herald economic recovery  Prof Dr Michael Heise  32 - 33
Nomination issues relating to Muslim policyholders Azman Ismail 34 - 40
Managing agency sales perfomance Paramjit Singh 41 - 45
Decide! 5 barriers to decisiveness and how to overcome them Kevin Eikenberry 46 - 47
The power of persistence : doing whatever it takes Ken Keis 48 - 50

 

Issue 3 (January - March 2010)

TitleAuthorPage
Distribution channels in the Malaysian insurance industry : interview with the deputy governor Bank Negara Malaysia, Dato' Mohd Razif bin Abd Kadir  MII  12 - 15
The financial crisis and lessons for insurers  Society of Actuaries  16 - 20
Donate your old computers and donate your business secrets as well  L M Mohamed Ismail  21 - 22
The global financial crisis leadership on trial  David J.S. Winfield  23 - 25
Distribution channels : changing world of insurance distribution in Malaysia  Annette Lim Chit Wan  27 - 31
The development of bancassurance business Life Insurance Association Malaysia (LIAM) 32 - 35
Understanding takaful outsourcing John Buyers 36 - 38

 

Issue 4 (April - June 2010)

TitleAuthorPage
Talent development in the financial services sector : interview with the governor Bank Negara Malaysia, Tan Sri Dato' Sri Dr Zeti Akhtar Aziz  MII  6 - 10
Commissioning a fair deal  Stephen Cotham  12 - 15
Calling for an insurance fraud bureau  Iyngkaran Veloo  16 - 20
The 6 daily tasks of successful life insurance agents or financial planners  Xoseph Chu  21 - 22
The leadership metronome  Dr Norman Chorn  23 - 25
The custodian in driving human capital development for the insurance industry Khadijah Abdullah 28 - 31
Developing people in the downturn Dr Alexander Scott 32 - 34
Talent initiatives from down under Joan Fitzpatrick 35 - 37
Human capital development in the general insurance industry Persatuan Insurans Am Malaysia (PIAM) 38 - 39
Talent wars : HR battles for life companies Navin Pasricha 40 - 43
Loss adjusters : mind the gap Lee Thim Fook 45
Human capital development in the insurance broking industry Lau Choon Hoong (Alex) 46 - 47
Today's trend in marine insurance L M Mohamed Ismail 48 - 49

 

Issue 5 (July - September 2010)

TitleAuthorPage
Exclusive interview with Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad on takaful  MII  12 - 15
Leadership energy  Rajeev Peshawaria  17 - 19
Examining the dark side of your leadership  Norman Chorn  20 - 23
Ernst & Young's world takaful report 2010  Sameer Abdi  26 - 28
Regulating takaful : a challenge for insurance supervisors  James Smith  29 - 31
Takaful as a force through dynamic fiqh applications Azman Ismail 32 - 34

 

Issue 6 (October - December 2010)

TitleAuthorPage
Learning from other professions about relationship selling  Navin Pasricha  16 - 18
Getting past gatekeepers on your way to the decision makers  Stevenson Brooks  19 - 20
Over the horizon strategic leadership  Dr Norman Chorn  21 - 23
Climate change the impact on insurance  Macquarie Securities Economic Research Report  24 - 28
Professional insurance agents : are they the new financial saviour to the economy?  Michael Kok Fook On  30 - 39
What do agents really think? Nur Fazliana Mohd Zuki, Seow Mei Ling 40 - 44

 

Issue 7 (January - March 2011)

TitleAuthorPage
Insurance is a noble profession : Carlo Angelo B. Diaz, YAMA Award Winner 2010  MII  13 - 15
The dangers of 'group-think'  Steven Dewhurst  17 - 18
Brokers see a promising chapter  Lau Choon Hoong (Alex)  19 - 20
General insurance outlook for 2011  Persatuan Insurans Am Malaysia (PIAM)  21 - 22
2011 outlook what holds for the life insurance industry?  Life Insurance Association Malaysia (LIAM)  23 - 26
The first step towards great leadership Rajeev Peshawaria 27 - 29
Risk governance issues & challenges Eckart Koerner 31 - 33
Leveraging technology to improve solvency risk management Donald Light 34 - 37
First line of defence making the connection between risk & reward Sumit Narayanan 38 - 41
The inverse risk logic strategic paradigm & the test to destruction David Bobker 42 - 45
The importance of operational risk management Philip H. Martin 46 - 48
Management at lightning speed Navin Pasricha 49 - 51

 

Issue 8 (April - June 2011)

TitleAuthorPage
Competency framework for Malaysian insurance and takaful industry the ultimate performance standards & guidelines  MII  15 - 18
The evolution of service  LOMA  19 - 23
A new insurance core principle on fraud  Peter Cooke  26 - 29
How to discourage arson fraud  Barry Dillon  30 - 32
Combatting maritime fraud  Paul Sansom  33 - 35
The crash analysis as a tool in insurance fraud investigation : a Malaysian perspective L. Fauziana, S. V. Wong 36 - 39
Lessons from 21st century fraud Navin Pasricha 40 - 44
The new manager : zero or hero? David Wee 46 - 48

 

Issue 9 (July - September 2011)

TitleAuthorPage
There is profit in data analysis Navin Pasricha 10 - 11
Bringing the gap between insurers and medical providers : FAIR International Health Insurance Conference 2011 Seow Mei Ling 12 - 15
Teamwork the way forward : interview with president of Life Insurance Association Malaysia (LIAM), Mohd Din Merican Zekri Ghazali,Seow Mei Ling 16 - 20
Western Pacific Insurance : was meltdown always on the cards? Deepa Calais 22 - 24
Using predictive analytic / data mining for product development Garrick Yap 26 - 29
Regulating product design is changing Steven Dewhurst 31 - 32
Product development not as simple as it looks Navin Pasricha 33 - 35
Competing on thought leadership : "if only we knew what we know" Norman Chorn, Steve Major 36 - 41
How to build a data governance foundation CII 42 - 44
What does the "food channel" have to do with leadership? Karen R. Shepherdson 45 - 47

 

Issue 10 (October - December 2011)

TitleAuthorPage
Takaful & risk-based capital framework for takaful : interview with CEO of Takaful Ikhlas and president of Malaysian Takaful Association (MTA), Dato' Haji Syed Moheeb Syed Kamarulzaman Seow Mei Ling 12 - 18
The 1st Malaysia Insurance Summit 2011 Nur Fazliana Mohd Zuki 19 - 21
Agents : transformation for better results - General Insurance agent Convention 2011 Seow Mei Ling 22 - 24
Acquisition of a prudent agent Rachael Teo Ching-wenn 25 - 28
Reinsurance : an important strategic tool with a rising cost Navin Pasricha 30 - 32
Outlook for catastrophe reinsurance None 33 - 35
A snapshot of the challenges of the retakaful industry Marcel Omar Papp 36 - 38
Outsourcing : the claims revolution or illusion? Raja Ahmad Khiruddin 40 - 44
Marching, charging feet CII 45 - 47

Issue 11 (January - February 2012)

TitleAuthorPage
New DG optimistic about Labuan IBFC : interview with director general of Labuan Financial Services Authority (FSA), Ahmad Hizzad Baharuddin  MII  12 - 16
The Singapore experience : Koh Kok Keong, YAMA Award Winner 2011  MII  18 - 22
To : Life insurance policy holder, care-of (c/o) life insurance agent : Ruby Chuaunsu, MDRT  MII  24 - 27
Building the business case for business intelligence in insurance  Jason McDonald  28 - 30
The market for microinsurance : is there gold at the bottom of the pyramid? Stephen Cotham 32 - 35
Microinsurance profitability : ILO study gives hope Janice Angove, Nashelo Tande 36 - 38
Mid-size insurers need technology to drive growth Primo B. Aguas 39 - 40
The forgotten hero? CII 41 - 43

 

Issue 12 (March - April 2012)

TitleAuthorPage
MDRT helping you to stay a step ahead of the rest : interview with Manmohan Abdullah, country chair of Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT) Malaysia  MII  16 - 20
Performance in business portfolio balance moving toward a risk based capital (RBC) environment  Raja Ahmad Khiruddin  23 - 26
Actuarial certification : medical insurance rates the actuary's role in certifying medical insurance premium rates  Ong Shze Yeong, Gary Hoo  28 - 30
Importance of healthcare insurance in salary packaging : an insider's- eye view  James Ong  32 - 34
Taking health to the next level with medical tourism for insurers Suresh Ponnudurai  35 - 38
Virilicious : the world of computer viruses Krishna Rajagopal 39 - 41
The impact of piracy on the insurance industry Julian Taylor 42 - 44
You said what to whom? CII 45 - 48

 

Issue 13 (May - June 2012)

TitleAuthorPage
MII - well on the road to success : interview with the chairman of the Malaysian Insurance Institute (MII), Encik Hashim Harun  MII  12 - 15
Passion + discipline success  MII  16 - 20
Key drivers for the future of the reinsurance industry  Mohez Remtulla  22 - 24
Why so much M & A activity in the Malaysian insurance sector?  MII  26 - 28
Malaysian insurance what will it look like after the consolidation?  MII  29 - 31
Speed the secret to a merger made in heaven Navin Pasricha 32 - 34
The future of technology security Krishna Rajagopal 35 - 38
It's all about perception CII 39 - 43

 

Issue 14 (July - August 2012)

TitleAuthorPage
London Olympics 2012 risks & opportunities for (Re)insurers  Andrew Duxbury  16 - 18
International Claims Convention 2012 : claims challenges  MII  19 - 24
Branding of agents professional image  Raja Ahmad Khiruddin  25 - 28
Risk-based supervision for insurers : the convergence of regulation & risk management!  Mohez Remtulla  30 - 34
So you want to be an enterprise risk officer?  Navin Pasricha  36 - 39
Catastrophic consequences CII 40 - 43
The stress of multitasking in the insurance industry W.M.A. Wan Hussin 45 - 48

 

Issue 15 (September - October 2012)

TitleAuthorPage
The Malaysian Insurance Institute (MII) transformation blueprint 2013-2020  Pn Khadijah Abdullah, Prof Datuk Razali Mahfar  15 - 19
General insurance outlook for 2011 (GIAC 2012) the way forward… what is the big picture?  MII  20 - 22
Hits and misses : been there, done that producers share lessons learned from their practice transitions  Kathryn Furtaw Keuneke  23 - 24
Do business enterprises need fire consequential loss insurance?  Ahmad Ramly  25 - 26
Brand to survive & thrive : why you must brand yourself!  Mohammed Farooq  28 - 32
Insights into the ACE Jerneh Rebranding Steve Crouch 33 - 35
Opinion: Brand In Assurance Samir Dixit 36
Breaking the ice CII 37 - 40
How to drive innovation through your organisation Dr Norman Chorn 41 - 44
Economic fallout from natural disasters is highest in emerging economies Helen Hodge 45 - 47

 

Issue 16 (November - December 2012)

TitleAuthorPage
Knowledge Management Task Force : capitalising on synergies  MII  15 - 22
Are we ready for tomorrow?  MII  23 - 28
Middle-class millionaires  Elizabeth Fuhrman  29 - 31
Retirement market is the growth engine of the future for life insurers  Jeffrey Lai  32 - 34
Creating a knowledge sharing capability in the Malaysian cultural context  Dr. Jasbir Singh, Dr Rod Dilnutt, Prof. Gabriele Lakomski  36 - 40
How can insurance organisations cash in on knowledge management? : focus on technology platforms Mohan Babu, Prashant Bhide 41 - 44
Knowledge sharing through corporate story telling Dr Rumesh Kumar 45 - 48
AMII : insurance professional recognition to improve public status Raja Ahmad Khiruddin 50 - 53
Why all the noise over deafness claims? CII 54 - 56
In pursuit of personal excellence Dr Norman Chorn 57 - 59

 

Issue 17 (January - February 2013)

TitleAuthorPage
Bank Negara Malaysia talks about the financial sector blueprint  MII  12 - 14
Cyber risks an insurance perspective  Jillian Raw  15 - 18
PIAM's perspective on what's on the horizon for 2013  MII  20 - 22
LIAM's perspective on what's on the horizon for 2013  MII  23 - 25
MITBA's perspective on what's on the horizon for 2013  MII  26 - 27
Malaysian insurance outlook bright for 2013 DeCalais 28 - 30
X-Gap using strategic planning to close the project execution "Gap" James D. Murphy 31 - 33
Three questions the right question can shape a life and help advisors lead their clients. Sarah J. Kaelberer 34 - 35
Water, water everywhere, but not a drop to drink MII 36 - 38
Developing people a key to eliciting excellence Sarah J. Kaelberer 39 - 40

 

Issue 18 (March - April 2013)

TitleAuthorPage
The dynamism of an insurance leader  MII  12 - 14
The true value of insurance  CII  15 - 18
How can independent forensic science assist the insurance industry in the identification of fraudulent fire claims?  John Horswell  21 - 23
Fraud detection approaches  Helen Lim  24 - 26
Insurance fraud in Malaysia  Rebecca C  28 - 29
High performance teams John Carter, Jeane Bradford 30 - 32
Asia insurance e-business trends & best practices Wenli Yuan 35 - 37
Managing knowledge assets in the finance & insurance industry Dr Rumesh Kumar 38 - 41
Collaborative leadership a process for success in a turbulent world James D. Murphy 42 - 43

 

Issue 19 (May - June 2013)

TitleAuthorPage
Dare to believe & aspire MII 12 - 13
The story & journey of the first lady chair of MDRT Malaysia MII 14 - 15
Computed Tomography (CT scan) Dr Lim Aik Boon 16
PIDM's differential levy system to encourage sound risk management among Malaysian Insurers Rafiz Azuan Abdullah 18 - 20
Input learning planning to fail your AMII/DMII exams! Raja Ahmad Khiruddin 21 - 22
The power of information getting the most out of MI Jeff McCracken 23 - 24
Common sense innovation (CSI) for health insurance marketing strategies Dr William Hoesen 27 - 29
21st century's pandemic/diseases/viruses - new pandemic/ viruses threats and preparedness by the insurer Nitin Dixit 30 - 31
Successful business leadership Lee Duncan 33 - 34
Incorporating the perfect RPO for your talent management systems Kathryn Dawson 35 - 36

 

Issue 20 (July - August 2013)

TitleAuthorPage
The new and improved Malaysian financial services landscape what it means to you Angie HC Wong 12 - 15
Proper retirement planning Dato' Steve Ong 16 - 17
Meet the mentors MII 18 - 20
Professionalism in the financial services industry why it matters more now than ever before Dr Raymond Madden 21 - 23
Using brainstorming as KM tool Dr Ida Yasin 24 - 26
Social media: profit or popularity? 5 best practices for linking social media to business results None 28 - 30
Social media for insurance the needs, the opportunities, and the steps to begin Don Tan 33 - 35
Unlocking the social media codes Dr Zulkifli Zakaria 36 - 37

Issue 21 (September - October 2013)

TitleAuthorPage
Becoming a thought leader in the insurance industry  Daniel W Rasmus  10 - 11
Is the Malaysian insurance industry using social media yet? Seow Mei Ling  12 - 14
Business is a conversation : an introduction to the Gurteen Knowledge Café  David Gurteen  16 - 18
Insuring the cloud a wave of innovation  Jillian Raw  19 - 21
The bottom line Richard W Sawyer 22 - 23
Moments that matter how values, culture & behavior make a difference- the call for transformation and the need for action Angie HC Wong 24 - 27
Financial implications of an ageing society in Malaysia : why the insurance sector needs to act now Janice Chia 31 - 33
True cost of ageing can you retire? Raja Ahmad Khiruddin 34 - 35

 

Issue 22 (November - December 2013)

TitleAuthorPage
An actuary's first hand attempt at buying third party motor insurance coverage  Gary Hoo  12 - 14
Communicate of practice as KM tool  Dr Ida Yasin  16 - 18
An overview of the endorsement of breakage of glass in windscreen, window or sunroof  LF Ong  19 - 21
Malaysian motor insurance market are insurers ready for deregulation?  Caroline Darlington  22 - 25
2014 key trends for life insurance & family takaful in Malaysia  Jeremy Lim  29 - 31
The future of loss adjusting - changes & challenges Joash Tan Ah Chuan 32 - 35

 

Issue 23 (January - February 2014)

TitleAuthorPage
Importance of retirement planning: financial education for retirees  Dato' Steve Ong  12 - 15
Economic growth, regulatory development create attractive market in Malaysia  A. M. Best Asia-Pacific Ltd.  16 - 18
Networking tips for introverts  Hairul Hilmi Ramlee  19
Fact versus misconception  Billy Gumbang  20 - 21
Learning & idea capture  Dr Ida Yasin  22 - 24
Analysing runoff road crashes Abdul Rahmat Abdul Manap 27 - 28
Unintended governance challenges for CEOs Navin Pasricha 30 - 33
Challenges ahead for De-tariffication DeCalais Sdn Bhd 34 - 36

 

Issue 24 (March - April 2014)

TitleAuthorPage
Life insurance covered? Don't be so sure  Raja Ahmad Khiruddin  12 - 14
India's potential profitability of India's insurance markets still strained, but ample untapped potential remains  A.M. Best Asia-Pacific Ltd.  16 - 19
The future of Malaysian insurance marketing  Gregory Kong  20 - 22
Big Bang digital disruption is the insurance industry in Asia next?  Hugh Terry  25 - 28
The real life company's Thomas Wong on marketing in Malaysia  Kashini Krishnamurthy  30 - 35
Claims occurrence in the policy lifecycle ISM Insurance Services Malaysia 36 - 38
Peer assist Dr Ida Yasin 39 - 40

 

Issue 25 (May - June 2014)

TitleAuthorPage
Introduction to telematics changing the measurement of risk  Linden Holliday  12 - 14
Sharing best practice with neighboring Asian general insurance markets through the insurance school (non-life) of Japan  Hiroyasu Miyazaki  16 - 18
Overcoming pitfalls of silo mentality in the insurance industry  Rumesh Kumar  19 - 22
Mind your office manners  Kashini Krishnamurthy  25
CEO Jens Reisch leads Allianz Malaysia into the top spot  Kashini Krishnamurthy  26 - 31
Philippines' non-life sector : meeting the capital challenge A.M. Best Asia-Pacific Ltd. 32 - 38
Evolution of consumer insurance marketing Mr. Amir Ghaffar 40 - 41

 

Issue 26 (July - August 2014)

TitleAuthorPage
Consumer education and protection  PIAM  12 - 14
PRS youth incentive start early for your retirement  PPAM  16 - 18
Improving consumer education and protection  Gregory Kong  20 - 23
Takaful : how it all started & where it is now from the heart of Roslinah Daud  Open Column  24 - 25
Estimating the protection gap  Dato' Haji Syed Moheeb Syed Kamarulzaman  26 - 28
Detariffication in the Malaysian general insurance sector what to expect? Rajesh Sabhlok, Roberto Malattia 31 - 35
Munich Re's Marcus Hanrieder on successfully finding his feet in Malaysia MII 36 - 40

 

Issue 27 (September - October 2014)

TitleAuthorPage
Insurance Services Malaysia & its role  Dato' Haji Syed Moheeb Syed Kamarulzaman  12 - 14
Raising the profile & standards of the broking industry  Alex Low  16 - 19
Examining the Malaysian life insurance market  None  20 - 24
Talent flow : what a waste of human resources  Raja Ahmad Khiruddin  27 - 31
Financial planning & you : the personal financial planning journey  Thechinamoorthy  32 - 36

 

Issue 28 (November - December 2014)

TitleAuthorPage
Sustainable profitability is key for non-life insurers in China A.M. Best Asia Pacific Ltd 12 - 17
Towers Watson's financial services total rewards survey Towers Watson (M) Sdn Bhd 18 - 22
Learning standards for the takaful industry a quick reference guide Finance Accreditation Agency (FAA) 24 - 26
Rest insured an in-depth analysis of the global insurance industry McKinsey & Company 27 - 32
Business & CSR go hand in hand Kashini Krishnamurthy 34 - 39

 

Issue 29 (January - March 2015)

TitleAuthorPage
Norhayati Ramly (MDRT) leading MDRT to the top None 11 - 13
Market prospects improve for insurers ahead of ASEAN integration A.M Best Company 16 - 25
Conversation an overlooked technology David Gurteen 26 - 29
2014 review & 2015 outlook Bill Lisle 30 - 31
LIAM'S Vincent Kwo appreciating the past four decades None 32 - 41
Celebrating 40 years of life None 42 - 45
Emotional integrity Rajeev Peshawaria 46 - 47
C-Ross and insurer operations in China & abroad Dr W Jean Kwon 48 - 55

 

Issue 30 (April - June 2015)

TitleAuthorPage
Submerged in Malaysia know the risks Dr Jasvinder Kaur 16 - 18
GST understanding the impact to the industry and the challenges ahead Mohd Fariz b Mohd Faruk, Senthuran Elalingam 19 - 22
Flood insured or excluded peril? Raja Ahmad Khiruddin 23 - 27
Humans are "designed" for conversation David Gurteen 29 - 30
Redefining the industry Mark Lim, CEO PIAM MII 32 - 36
AIA : Growing leaders across Asia Ng Kheng Hooi 37 - 39
A risk survey guide for marketeers MII 40 - 43
The modest winner : an interview with Mr. Loke Chang Yueh, YAMA Winner, 2014 A. Azmi Abg Khalid, Hazreen, Harizam, Aizat 46 - 49
S. Balarama striving to be the best MDRT 50 - 51
Desirable Dubai Kashini Krishnamurthy 52 - 55
The value and impact of professional qualifications in insurance Charan Kaur 56 - 57

Issue 31 (July - September 2015)

TitleAuthorPage
How to identify that a product or a scheme is Shariah compliant?  Roslinah Daud  10 - 13
Managing & leading for excellence  Dr Wilson Tay  14 - 17
Capitalising on the benefit and opportunity in an ASEAN open market  A.M. Best Company  18 - 25
An insight into the loss adjusting industry  Joash Tan, Abdul Aziz Mohd Nor  26 - 29
Q & A with PLUS1 Award Winner Aruno Rajaratnam Kevin Lacroix 32 - 35
Abdul Aziz Mohamed Nor on the driving force of AMLA Gwen Ong 36 - 39
FSA & IFSA Impact on death claims K. Karunamoorthy 40 - 42
Cracking the talent development code of the iY Generation time to upgrade Denis Hevey 43 - 45
Leadership coaching to revive MAS to health Janice Tan 46 - 48
In the heart of Montmartre Roshini Ashok Kumar 50 - 53

 

Issue 32 (October - December 2015)

TitleAuthorPage
The new fee schedule & the pitfalls in application of fees (part 1)  Dr. Kamalanathan Sappani  10 - 13
Integrated thinking  Rajeev Peshawaria  14 - 15
Highway of death  None  16 - 18
An enterprise is a community of human beings  Dr Wilson Tay  19
4C’s of talent assessment  Kevin Tan  20 - 22
Application of actuarial science in general insurance Chandrima Das 23 - 27
Risk Based Capital impacts from reinsurance asset leverage in Indonesia A. M. Best Company 28 - 33
Insurance fraud? Who cares? Dato' Haji Syed Moheeb Syed Kamarulzaman 34 - 35
Stepping up the game : Raja Zailan Putra Gwen Ong 36 - 39
Why use an insurance & takaful broker? Malaysian Insurance & Takaful Brokers Association (MITBA) 40 - 42
Rex Lim : effective day in the life of an insurance agent Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT) 43 - 44
Insurance industry Accelerated Professional Enhancement Programme Tan Li Na 51
A new approach to professional qualification assessment Ann M Joseph 52 - 53
MII’s new venture into E-Learning Nor Izmawati binti Mostapar 54 - 55
Why all companies should train their line managers in project management methodology Norida Hamzah 56 - 57
Planning for examination success Ann M Joseph 58 - 59
MII Graduation & Awards Ceremony 2015 MII 60 - 62

 

Issue 33 (January - March 2016)

TitleAuthorPage
Is Malaysia ready to embrace digital insurance & takaful?  Kevin Steer  12 - 17
Cracking the talent development code of the iY Generation time to upgrade (part 2)  Denis Hevey  18 - 21
Challenges in minimising business interruption losses  Jeff Wong  22 - 23
Lloyd's city risk index identities cities top threats  Michelle Cockrill  24 - 26
Technology : a double-edged sword against insurance fraud  Marcello Kekligian  27 - 29
Fraud intelligence system : the use of analytics in fraud detection Aaron Morris, Jasvinder Singh 30 - 31
The layering decable in D & O policies tiers & tears! Aruno Rajaratnam 32 - 36
Three technology trends Malaysian insurance CIOS should be aware of Juergen Weiss 38 - 40
A contemporary injury scale for motor vehicle injuries Siti Atiqah bt Mohd Faudzi 41 - 43
Perseverance leads to success None 44 - 47
Striving for excellence Fu Cheh Shiun, Zurich Melaka None 48 - 49
Cyber risks an insurable threat? Marcus Hanrieder 50 - 52

 

Issue 34 (April - June 2016)

TitleAuthorPage
Aggregators & value comparators embrace or avoid?  MII  6 - 10
Things you thought you knew about life insurance  Stephen Cotham  12 - 15
Enhancing employee engagement through learning & development  Iyngkaran Veloo  16 - 20
Balanced scorecard for life insurance and family takaful markets in Malaysia  Xoseph Chu  21 - 22
YAMA Winner 2015 Oudamsoriya Hun  Dr Norman Chorn  23 - 25
The universality of Faraid as the basis of estate distribution for muslim Khadijah Abdullah 28 - 31
Allianz Global Wealth Report boom in financial assets continues Dr Alexander Scott 32 - 34
Charging ahead with gusto Joan Fitzpatrick 35 - 37
Leading by example Manmohan AB Persatuan Insurans Am Malaysia (PIAM) 38 - 39
Bauxite contamination : the long-term effects on health Navin Pasricha 40 - 43
Understanding consumer behavior Lee Thim Fook 45

 

Issue 35 (July - September 2016)

TitleAuthorPage
Detariffication : from a holistic, strategic viewpoint  Nicholas Yeo  11 - 12
Planning for effective Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) implementation  Radzuan Mohamed  13 - 16
You may delay, but time will not  Malaysian Financial Planning Council (MFPC)  18 - 22
Achieving business objectives  David Gurteen  23 - 27
Freeing up the market : Antony Lee  MII  28 - 31
Lloyd’s sees opportunities with infrastructure growth in Asia Lloyd’s Asia Pacific 32 - 34
Healthcare fraud Dr Kamalanathan SPS 35 - 37
Getting ready for life Jeremy Lim Jern 38 - 40
Case study critical illness claim – heart attack Financial Mediation Bureau (FMB) 41
Property and casualty classification ratemaking technique multivariate analytics and predictive modelling MohanaGowri Arumugam 42 - 47
Mentoring the way to success : Norhayati Ramly Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT) 49 - 51
Data analytics : from fraud prevalence to fraud prevention BAE Systems 52 - 53
Count down to motor insurance liberalisation Willis Towers Watson 54 - 57
Nutrigenomics : switch on & switch off your genes Dato’ Dr Rajbans Singh 58
Professionalising the insurance industry through quality learning Dr Amat Taap Manshor 60 - 62
MII 38th Annual General Meeting Aizat Md Noor 64 - 65
Embracing the e in e-Learning MII 66 - 67
Enhancing insurance professionalism through FMII MII 68 - 69

 

Issue 36 (October - December 2016)

TitleAuthorPage
The changing cyber threat landscape  Sanjay Samuel  10 - 12
Global fraud trends and how to fight fraudsters  Steve Clark  14 - 17
The subscription market - fuelling innovation in local markets  Matt Cannock, Julian Franzman  18 - 19
Knowledge management and real conversation  David Gurteen  20 - 22
A little something for everyone  Open Column  24 - 25
Arbitration clause : a dysfunctional agreement LF Ong 26 - 29
Bridging industry and regulator : Yoon Yew Khuen None 30 - 35
Value of insurance data in road safety research Siti Atiqah Mohd Faudzi 36 - 39
Life after framework : Toi See Jong None 40 - 43
The cyber threat facing businesses Matson Driscoll & Damico Pte Ltd 44 - 46
The Insurance Act 2015 None 47 - 49
Pursuing pinnacle of professionalism None 62 - 65
Optimising e-learning within the industry Nor Izmawati Mostapar 66 - 67

 

Issue 37 (January - March 2017)

TitleAuthorPage
Insurance is a noble profession : Carlo Angelo B. Diaz, YAMA Award Winner 2010  MII  13 - 15
The dangers of 'group-think'  Steven Dewhurst  17 - 18
Brokers see a promising chapter  Lau Choon Hoong (Alex)  19 - 20
General insurance outlook for 2011  Persatuan Insurans Am Malaysia (PIAM)  21 - 22
2011 outlook what holds for the life insurance industry?  Life Insurance Association Malaysia (LIAM)  23 - 26
The first step towards great leadership Rajeev Peshawaria 27 - 29
Risk governance issues & challenges Eckart Koerner 31 - 33
Leveraging technology to improve solvency risk management Donald Light 34 - 37
First line of defence making the connection between risk & reward Sumit Narayanan 38 - 41
The inverse risk logic strategic paradigm & the test to destruction David Bobker 42 - 45
The importance of operational risk management Philip H. Martin 46 - 48
Management at lightning speed Navin Pasricha 49 - 51

 

Issue 38 (April - June 2017)

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It's in your DNA  Datin Sharifah Khairiyah Syed Mohamad  10 - 12
Propelling takaful regulations in Malaysia None  14 - 19
Cross liability clause : a case of gross misinterpretation  LF Ong  21 - 24
Financial practitioner : 5F compliance  Helen Foo  25 - 27
Can insurance or takaful ever be fun?  Noor Nashriq Dadameah  28 - 29
Competency development : are you hindering peak performance? Haneef A Gordon 30 - 31
Of hybrid virtual hospitals Dr Kamalanathan Sappani 32 - 34
Which project management qualifications is right for you? Dorai Sinna 36 - 38
Insurance and takaful industry launches code of practice on personal data LIAM, PIAM and MTA 39 - 41
Healthy growth in 2016 life insurance industry Life Insurance Association Malaysia (LIAM) 42 - 43
Growth of general insurance tapers in 2016 Persatuan Insurans Am Malaysia (PIAM) 44 - 45
On motor and hospital claims Financial Mediation Bureau (FMB) 46 - 47
InsurTech : the road ahead Asian Institute of Chartered Bankers (AICB), PwC Malaysia 48 - 51
Blockchain accelerates insurance transformation Lisa Heneghan 52 - 56
Insurers under pressure to go digital Willis Towers Watson 57 - 58

 

How to use: Issue (page). For example, 1 (35,39) means the subject could be found in Issue 1 at page 35 and page 39.

A

Agency, 2(41), 15(23),

Accident investigation, 8(36),

Actuarial science, 12(28),

B

Bancassurance, 3(32),

Branding (Marketing), 15(28,33,36)

Business analytic, 9(10,26), 11(28),

Business insurance, 15(25),

Business intelligence, 11(28),

C

Catastrophe, 14(40), 15(45)

Chief Risk Officer (CRO), 14(36),

Climate change, 6(24), 14(19), 15(37),

Compensation management, 4(12),

Communication, 12(45),

Computer viruses, 12 (39),

Consolidation and merger of corporations, 13(26,29,32)

Core competencies, 8(15),

Corporate governance, 7(17),

Crisis management, 13(39), 14(40),

D

Data analysis, 9(10,26), 11(28),

Data mining, 9(26),

Data protection, 3(21), 9(42), 12(39), 13(35),

Database management, 9(42),

Decision making, 2(46), 7(49),

Directors of corporations, 7(17),

Directors & officers insurance, 1(16),

Disaster insurance, 6(24), 10(33), 14(16,19,40), 15(45),

E

E-commerce, 2(18),

Economic development, 2(32),

Enterprise risk management (ERM), 7(31,34,38,42,46), 14(30),

Events management, 14(16),

F

FAIR International Health Insurance Conference, 9(12),

Financial crisis, 3(16,23), 13(39),

Financial planner, 4(21),

Fire consequential loss insurance, 15(25),

Fire insurance, 8(30), 15(25),

Fraud, 4(16), 8(26,30,33,36,40), 14(19),

G

General Insurance Agents Convention (GIAC), 10(22), 15(20),

Group insurance, 11(41), 12(32), 14(16),

H

Health insurance, 9(12), 12(28,32,35),

Human capital, 4(6,28,32,35,38,40,45,46)

I

Innovation, 15(41),

Insurance - Malaysia, 1(12,25), 10(19), 15(15),

Insurance/takaful agents, 4(21), 6(30,40), 10(22), 10(25), 11(24), 12(16), 13(16), 14(25), 15(23),

Insurance brokers, 7(19),

Insurance broking, 4(46),

Insurance claims, 10(40), 14(19,40),

Insurance companies, 8(15), 15(33)

Insurance premium, 12(28), 15(37),

Insurance policies, 2(34),

Insurance staff, 7(13), 8(15),  11(18),

International Claims Convention (ICC), 14(19),

J

K

Knowledge management, 9(36),

Knowledge quotient (KQ), 9(36),

L

Leadership, 4(23), 5(17,20), 6(21), 7(27), 8(46), 9(36,45), 11(18),

Liquidation, 9(22),

Loss adjuster, 4(45),

Loss adjusting, 14(19),

M

Malaysia Insurance Summit (MIS), 10(19),

Management, 7(49), 8(46),

Marine insurance, 1(29), 4(48), 8(33), 12(42), 14(19), 15(37),

Marketing channels, 3(12, 27), 12(45),

Medical insurance, 9(12), 12(28,32,35),

Medical tourism, 12(35),

Merger & acquisition (M&A), 13(26,29,32),

Michael E. Potter's Diamond Model, 9(36),

Micro insurance, 11(32,36),

Multitasking, 14(45),

N

O

Online marketing, 8(19),

Operational risk, 7(46),

P

Persistence, 2(48),

Personnel management, 4(6,28,32,35,38,40,45,46), 8(15), 8(46), 10(22),

Piracy, 1(31), 12(42),

Product development, 9(26,31,33),

Public relations, 13(39), 14(25),

Q

R

Recruitment, 10(25),

Reinsurance, 1(19), 6(24), 10(30,33,36), 13(22), 14(16),

Risk Based Capital (RBC), 2(23), 10(12), 12(23),

Risk management, 14(30),

Risk manager, 14(36),

S

Sales, 6(16,19), 14(25),

Sales commission, 4(12),

Sales ethic, 1(35),

Sales force (Online service), 8(19),

Service-oriented architecture(Computer science), 8(19), 9(10,26), 11(39),

Shipping, 15(37),

Social media, 8(19), 12(45),

Solvency, 2(30), 7(34), 9(22),

Stress management, 1(38), 14(45),

Succession planning. 15(23),

Supply chain insurance, 14(40),

T

Takaful, 3(36), 5(12,26,29,32), 10(12,36),

Technology, 3(21), 8(19), 9(10,26,42), 11(28,39), 12(39), 13(35),

Terrorism, 10(45), 12(42), 14(16),

Thought leadership, 9(36),

U

V

W

Worker's compensation, 11(41), 12(32),

X

Y

YAMA Award, 7(13), 11(18),

Z

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3 lines of defenses Model, 7(38),

For subject or topic relating to a person or institution,

How to use: Issue (page). For example, 1 (35,39) means the subject could be found in Issue 1 at page 35 and page 39.

A

ACE Jerneh, 15(33),

Ahmad Hizzad Baharuddin, 11(12),

B

Bank Negara Malaysia, 1(12), 3(12), 4(6),

C

Carlo Angelo B. Diaz, 7(13),

D

 

E

F

G

H

Hashim Harun, 2(12), 13(12),

I

 

J

K

Koh Kok Keong, 11(18),

L

Labuan Financial Services Authority (FSA), 11(12),

Labuan International Business  and Finance Centre (IBFC), 11(12),

Life Insurance Association Malaysia (LIAM), 9(16),

M

Mahathir Mohamad, 5(12),

Malaysian Healthcare Tourism Council (MHTC), 12(36),

Malaysian Insurance Institute (MII), 13(12), 15(15),

Malaysian Takaful Association (MTA), 10(12),

Manmohan Abdullah, 12(16),

Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT), 11(24), 12(16), 13(16), 15(23),

Mohd Din Merican, 9(16),

Mohd Razif bin Abd Kadir, 3(12),

N

Ng Yah Ling, 13(16),

O

P

Q

R

Ruby Chuaunsu, 11(24),

 

S

Syed Moheeb Syed Kamarulzaman, 10(12),

T

U

V

W

Western Pacific Insurance, 9(22),

X

Y

Z

Zeti Akhtar Aziz, 1(12), 4(6) 

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For countries and other geographical areas other than Malaysia

How to use: Issue (page). For example, 1 (35,39) means the subject could be found in Issue 1 at page 35 and page 39.

A

Arctic, 15(37),

ASEAN, 7(13), 11(18),

Asian, 2(18,32), 9(12), 15(45),

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C

D

 

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F

G

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I

 

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K

L

London, 14(16),

M

 

 

N

Northern Sea Route (NSR), 15(37),

Northwest Passage, 15(37),

O

P

Philippines, 7(13), 11(24),

Q

R

Russia, 15(37),

S

Singapore, 11(18),

 

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For contributors of article - individual and institutions,

How to use: Issue (page). For example, 1 (35,39) means the subject could be found in Issue 1 at page 35 and page 39.

A

Ahmad Ramly, 15(25),

Alexander Scott, 4(32),

Andrew Duxbury, 14(16),

Annette Lim Chit Wan, 3(27),

Azman Ismail, 2(34), 5(32),

B

Barbara Schiffman, 1(38),

Barry Dillon, 8(30),

C

D

David Bobker, 7(42),

David J S Winfield, 3(23),

David Wee, 8(46),

Deepa Calais, 9(22),

Donald Light, 7(34),

E

Eckart Koerner, 7(31),

Elizabeth Fuhrman, 16(29),

F

Fitch Ratings, 1(25),

G

Gabriele Lakomski, 16(36),

Garrick Yap, 9(26),

Garry Hoo, 12(28),

H

Helen Hodge, 15(45),

I

Iyngkaran Veloo, 4(16),

J

James Ong, 12(32),

James Smith, 5(29),

Janice Angove, 11(32),

Jasbir Singh, 16(36),

Jason McDonald, 11(28),

Jeffrey Lai, 16(32),

Joan Fitzpatrick, 4(35),

John Buyers, 3(36),

Julian Taylor, 12(42),

K

Karen R Shepherdson, 9(45),

Kathryn Furtaw Keuneke, 15(23),

Kevin Eikenberry, 2(46),

Ken Keis, 2(48),

Khadijah Abdullah, 4(28), 15(15),

Krishna Rajagopal, 12(39), 13(35),

L

L Fauziana, 8(36),

L M Mohamed Ismail, 1(31), 3(21), 4(48),

Lau Choon Hoong (Alex), 4(46), 7(19),

Lau Sook Weng, 1(19)

Lee Thim Fook, 4(45),

Life Insurance Association Malaysia (LIAM), 3(32), 7(23),

LOMA, 8(19),

M

Macquarie Securities, 6(24),

Marcel Omar Papp, 10(36),

Michael Heise, 2(32),

Michael Kok Fook On, 6(30),

Mohammed Farooq, 15(28),

Mohan Babu, 16(41),

Mohez Remtulla, 13(22), 14(30),

N

Nashelo Tande, 11(36),

Navin Pasricha, 1(16), 2(30), 4(40), 6(16), 7(49), 8(40), 9(10,33), 10(30), 13(32), 14(36),

Norman Chorn, 4(23), 5(20), 6(21), 9(36), 15(41), 16(57),

Nur Fazliana Mohd Zuki, 6(40), 10(19),

O

Ong Shze Yeong, 12(28),

P

Paramjit Singh, 2(41),

Paul Sansom, 8(33),

Persatuan Insurans Am Malaysia (PIAM), 4(38), 7(21),

Peter Cooke, 8(26),

Philip H Martin, 7(46),

Prashant Bhide, 16(41),

Primo B. Aguas, 11(39),

Q

R

Rachael Teo Ching-wenn, 10(25),

Raja Ahmad Khiruddin, 10(40), 12(23), 14(25), 16(50),

Rajeev Peshawaria, 5(17), 7(27),

Razali Mahfar, 15(15),

Rod Dilnutt, 16(36),

Rumesh Kumar, 16(45),

S

S V Wong, 8(36),

Sameer Abdi, 5(26),

Samir Dixit, 15(36),

Seow Mei Ling, 6(40), 9(12,16), 10(12,22),

Society of Actuaries, 3(16),

Sridharan Nair, 2(23),

St Rakish Mi.Ik, 1(29),

Stephen Cotham, 4(12), 11(32),

Steve Crouch, 15(33),

Steve Major, 9(36),

Steven Dewhurst, 2(18), 7(17), 9(31),

Stevenson Brooks, 6(19)

Sumit Narayanan, 7(38),

Suresh Ponnudurai, 12(35),

T

U

V

W

W M A Wan Hussin, 14(45),

X

Xoseph Chu, 4(21),

Y

Z

Zekri Ghazali, 9(16),

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