Why is demand for strikes, riots and civil commotions insurance mounting?

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The effect of the GFC on public finances led to many governments enacting austerity measures, including spending cuts and tax increases. That, in turn, led to popular opposition movements and street protests, including the Occupy movement in the US and elsewhere.

In recent years, the Black Lives Matter movement has led to an increase in protests in the US and across the globe, according to Chaucer. The reinsurer’s analysis of US data found that the number of large protests jumped 156% last year, from 2,553 to 6,545, driven by the Black Lives Matter movement.

Germany saw the largest increase in

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Great Eastern launches Singapore’s first “green” life insurance product

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Customers may invest a minimum amount of SG$5,000 up to a maximum of SG$100,000, with the plan offering protection against death and total permanent disability with no medical underwriting needed.

“Our green investments finance projects in climate change mitigation and support global and local initiatives across diverse areas such as renewable energy producers, green buildings and the deployment of electric vehicle (EV) charging stations, which contribute to a better environment for all,” Great Eastern said in its statement.

The firm also said that it will be donating SG$1,000 for every SG$1

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43606, Oh Real Property & Homes For Sale

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Beijing auctioning off Anbang’s reorganised remnants for US$5.2bn

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Two Chinese state-owned investors are reportedly looking to sell Dajia Insurance Group for RMB33.6 billion (US$5.19 billion or SG$7.06 billion).

Dajia Insurance is the firm reconstructed from Anbang Insurance, which was seized by Beijing in 2018 as part of its crackdown on risky financial practices in the Chinese financial industry.

Ministry of Finance-controlled China Insurance Security Fund, which acts as the government rescue fund and custodian for the insurance industry, is looking to auction off its 98.23% stake in Dajia, Reuters reported. Another state-owned company, China Petrochemical Corporation (Sinopec), also announced that it will auction its 0.55% stake for RMB186.9

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