Insurers use new monetisation tools in Asia

Cutting capital constraints

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Value-in-force (VIF) monetisation transactions have been around in Europe for some time. But they appear less common in Asia, although opacity in the market makes it difficult to assess exactly how much business is being done. But the evidence suggests VIF activity is heating up in Asia and a number of significant deals are either in the works or have already been completed. VIF transactions are also highly bespoke, dependent on a number of factors for their efficacy, including regulatory

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