China Re Life held the 2014 ReSearch Seminar in Guizhou from November 3 to 6. The Seminar is a brand training activity associated with relevant topics of the company’s journal ReSearch. Targeting the middle and senior management of life insurance companies, this high-level training activity presents China Re Life’s latest research findings to its clients and helps to establish the company’s image of being an industry leader that operates professionally.
Themed “Exploring, Sharing, Leading”, the Seminar focused on old-age insurance and related topics since old-age and health insurance had become the center of attention in the industry following the issuance of the Opinions of the State Council on Accelerating the Development of Modern Insurance Industry, known as the “New Guidelines”. Participants included professionals from about 40 of China Re Life’s client companies. Deputy General Manager Fang Li of China Re Life attended the Seminar and delivered a speech there
The issuance of the New Guidelines will support old-age insurance in such aspects as tax incentives, investment, and premium rate reform, creating ample room for its development. It was against such a background that China Re Life prepared for and held this Seminar. There were presentations on specific topics such as longevity risk assessment and prediction, experience in developing long-term care insurance and a probe into its future, and development trends in the underwriting techniques regarding insurance for the elderly. There was also a panel discussion. The panelists from the Renmin University of China and China Re Life’s client companies shared with participants their views on tax-deferred annuity, old-age insurance and aged care industry, reverse mortgage, and other subjects.
The topics discussed at the Seminar were highly specialized and relevant to the hotspot issues in China. The activity was applauded and widely acclaimed by the participants, echoed China Re Life’s business development strategy, and opened up opportunities for the cooperation between China Re Life and its client companies.