Chinese regulator draws up new rules for insurance sector

Chinese regulator draws up new rules for insurance sector

China's Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commission (CBIRC) has launched a set of new rules to regulate the booming insurance sector and encourage insurance firms to develop more long-term medical insurance policies and products. The CBIRC said that insurers will now be allowed to develop and sell long-term insurance schemes that can vary charges under some well-defined conditions. The new rules seek to specify how insurance companies can invest asset management funds.  The new rules ar...

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