This page is dedicated to Myanmar (Burma) and contains all insurance and reinsurance related resources including but not limited to list of insurance companies, reinsurance companies, brokers, Surveyors, Loss Adjusters, Risk Managers, Third Party Administrators (TPAs), Local & International Insurance Institutes, Insurance College and Insurance & Reinsurance Regulators. Please remember that this is a collaborative website and if you have any additional information or if you want to add an insurance company which is not listed on this page -
Population: 53.5 million
Capital City: Naypyitaw (population 200,000). Major Centre of Population: Rangoon (population 5.8 million).
People: (All figures estimated) Bamar (69%), Shan (8.5%), Karen (6.2%), Rakhine (4.5%), Mon (2.4%), Chin (2.2%), Kachin (1.4%), Karrenni (0.4%), other indigenous (0.1%) and foreign nationalities (including Burmese Indian & Sino Burmese people) 5.3%
Languages: Burmese is the official language. There are numerous other ethnic minority languages.
Religion(s): Buddhism is the predominant religion. The other main religions are Christianity, Islam and Animism.
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A.M. Best Special Report: Market Prospects Improve for Insurers Ahead of ASEAN I...
Integration of insurance markets among the 10 member states of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations has a long way to go, and prospects for closer connectivity in a region presenting vibrant growth give insurers and regulators incentive to focus on boosting competitive strategies.
Myanmar has 'long way to go before it becomes appealing' to FDIs
MYANMAR might be catching the eye of many foreign companies but Chai Sophonpanich, chairman of Bangkok Insurance and Bumrungrad Hospital, points out this country needs a long time to demonstrate it is fully prepared to support foreign investment.
Myanmar Awards First Licenses to Foreign Banks
Myanmar awards first licenses to foreign banks in a half-century
Malaysia ready for AEC chairmanship
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia is ready to take over the Asean chairmanship from Myanmar next year, driven by its strong manufacturing base in the region, said an expert. The expert, who wants to remain anonymous, said Malaysia was ready because its manufacturing base was one of the strongest in Asean. &quo...
Malaysia ready to chair AEC next year
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia is ready to take over the Asean Economic Community (AEC) chairmanship from Myanmar next year, driven by its strong manufacturing base in the region?, said an expert. The expert, who did not wish to be named, said Malaysia is ready because its manufacturing base is one of the s...
Hunting for Myanmar's hidden treasure
Western nations are moving into the resource-rich country after decades of disinterest, challenging China's interests.
Life insurer targets micro-segments
Muang Thai Life Assurance (MTL) says prevailing trends mean more life-insurance products will be designed to cater to "micro-segments" of customers with specific needs.
Mixed-use Projects, Hotels, Office Buildings, SEZs Investment Growth Analyzed at...
3rd Myanmar Real Estate Summit opens on 17-18 November, 2014 in Yangon to analyze dual theme of "Ground Breaking Projects Reshaping Myanmar's Urban & Real Estate Landscape" and "Exploring Myanmar?s Burgeoning Retail Property Sector". (PRWeb October 06, 2014) Read the full sto...
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