The country's second-largest life insurer plans a higher allocation to domestic equities and real estate assets. It also intends to focus its attention on US debt.
Offshore life insurance companies are set to grow their businesses inside the country but will need to consider new national security issues and potential joint-venture disagreements.
The largest life insurer in the country is continuing to make a longer-term push into bonds and some equities, but remains concerned about the potential for corporate credit defaults.
CPIC's CIO says the insurer plans to take its time on acquiring an "insurance-related business" in greater China, while it wants to raise H- and A-share investments.
China’s third-largest insurer will target long-term strategic investments into overseas insurers after its $1.81 billion GDR listing in London, says its group chief investment officer.
As markets continue to gyrate, some of the island's larger insurers have sought to take advantage while smaller players are struggling with weaker capital positions.