Malaysia-based on-demand lifestyle insurer aims to be the preferred risk partner in Southeast Asia.
A no equity, 12-week programme aimed at helping fintech startups to establish and scale their business in Malaysia and beyond.
Singapore fintech funding hits a record high of US$229.10 million in 2017.
Will launch plans from RM30 a month with an annual coverage of RM12,000.
Insurtech startup partners three insurance companies to deliver the island nation’s first such product.
Empowers consumers by providing an innovative digital purchase platform.
Funding to Asia fintechs declines but corporate participation reaches new high.
In this exclusive interview with AXA Singapore chief data officer Celine Le Cotonnec, she talks about her journey as a tech leader, the joys of working in Asia, her work in the world of connected cars and the role data and AI play in the insurance sector.
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