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Iain Forrester, Head of Insurance Investment Strategy for Aviva Investors spoke to Insurance Asia News on the challenges that insurers in Asia face, how are these challenges being addressed, how upcoming regulatory changes are affecting insurers’ portfolios and the asset outsourcing trends among Asian insurers.
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