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Insurer reassures investors it has no exposure to debt-wracked developer
Chinese insurer’s first-half profits fall after $3.2bn hit on investment in property developer
Trouble in the sector could pose a systemic risk, with some participants too big to fail
China’s biggest insurer caught up in troubles of real estate group China Fortune Land
China’s second-biggest online lender faces struggles at home and abroad
Bank’s biggest shareholder raises holding despite Sino-US tension
Chinese insurer’s technology unit chief hired to boost Swiss group’s digital products
Years of scaling up should start paying off earlier than expected
Chinese insurer says outbreak has lowered sales but led to huge rise in users of its health service app
Financial technology arm of China’s biggest insurer will raise up to $299m in New York IPO
SoftBank-backed OneConnect sells tech platforms to smaller banks and plans to use proceeds for expansion
Warnings of capital flight and further equity sell-offs are overdone
Algorithms promise to cut bureaucracy, yet this could leave insurers more exposed to fraud
The sustainability of the sector’s business model is in question
Financial services group’s full-year net up a fifth yet new business falters
The world’s largest insurer, carved out of Chinese state entities, has bet on fintech and AI as the way for it to continue to grow. But will it work?
Country’s largest insurance group prioritises growth prospects in home market
Ping An technology designed to help vet potentially fraudulent borrowers
Monetary Authority works with Ping An to cut paperwork and reduce fraud
Former high flyer backed by Tencent and Ant Financial now 12% below IPO price
The Chinese insurer sees its future in technology, Louise Lucas reports
Less patient investors should wait for the inevitable dip after the IPO pop
Heavily subscribed offer kicks off pipeline of large tech floats poised for market