Cellcard Sponsor Banner
Home Articles SAFETY SECURiTY & iNSURANCE

SAFETY SECURiTY & iNSURANCE

LATEST ARTiCLES

Cambodia’s Fledging Insurance Market

Cambodians are relatively new to insurance, with a market still in the infant stages of development, that, nonetheless, has experienced impressive growth in the...

Safety In The Workplace: Paul Hurford Speaks

We talk safety in the workplace with Paul Hurford, the managing director of AZISAFE - an international company specialising in providing products, services and...

Construction Safety Standards Still Poor

Despite the boom in Phnom Penh's construction sector, the standard of worker conditions in the industry typically remains low. Colin Rogers of Lighthouse Club Phnom Penh delves into...

Infinity: Predicting Insurance Trends

Michael Girling of Infinity Insurance tells us the latest developments in his industry. Personal insurance only entered Cambodia 20 years ago, and is still a fairly...

Expat Offshore Pension Schemes

Mr. Jerome Robertson, Chief Operating Officer of Infinity Corporate Benefits Ltd, a business partner of Infinity General Insurance Cambodia, talks about the benefits of...

Financial Planning For Australians Expats: Why You Shouldn’t Forget About Superannuation

Your nationality is one of the key aspects that affect financial planning.  In the case of Australian expats, it pays to have an adviser...

The Truth About Insurance

There is much misunderstanding and many misconceptions about insurance.   This article will look at the most important types of insurances and address some common...

Providing Health Benefits To Employees

Insurance is an essential element to business in Cambodia. As the economy continues to grow, the need to invest in both assets and people...

Insurance Industry On The Up

As Cambodia's insurance industry continues to grow at a rapid rate, more businesses and individuals are realising the importance of protecting themselves against accidents...

Importance Of Insurance For Expats

By John Shakespear for B2B Cambodia Insurance companies in Cambodia earned $36 million in premiums in 2012. This figure, while still the lowest in Southeast Asia,...