Indian insurance: starting a new chapter

Indian insurance: starting a new chapter

By easing foreign shareholding restrictions and divesting stakes in state-owned insurers, New Delhi hopes to overhaul India’s underperforming insurance sector.
The second-largest US carmaker expands its investor base by selling the first China asset-backed securities through the Bond Connect scheme.
Malaysian-born Maha Sinnathamby will not stop until his dream of building a high-tech master-planned city outside Brisbane is achieved.
Two Hong Kong-listed Chinese developers take on $606 million deal originally struck by Wanda – before Wang Jianlin's empire hit turbulence.
Don't read too much into China's formal regulations on M&A. An imminent leadership shuffle is more likely to weigh on dealmaking, at least for now.
As the global financial crisis showed, bank profiteering at the expense of prudent risk management can devastate economies. In Australia, an independent enquiry into bank ...

POLLS

Will you, as an investor, use Bond Connect:




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Within the next month: We're already putting the infrastructure in place.
  9%
 
Within the next year: We're keeping a close eye on it.
  24%
 
Within the next decade: Maybe when China finally fully opens up markets.
  18%
 
Don't expect to use Bond Connect... we have no interest in it
  48%

 

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