Official Announcement

We are pleased to announce DUAL Asia recently joining the InsurTech Asia Association as one of our founding members. We welcome DUAL Asia on board and look forward to shaping the future of insurance in Asia together.

“DUAL Asia is delighted to be a founding member for the InsurTech Asia Association. Challenging existing market practices and products to create innovation and change to the industry are at the very core of our strategy in Asia. We look forward to playing an active role in the Association’s efforts to shape the future of insurance in Asia through technology and innovation.” – DUAL Asia Regional Managing Director, Mark Spadaccini

About DUAL Asia

DUAL Asia is an insurance underwriting agency committed to delivering innovative insurance solutions in the financial lines area.

DUAL Asia which has offices in Hong Kong and Singapore forms part of DUAL International, the specialist underwriting arm for the Hyperion Insurance Group, established in 1998 and specialising in Professional Indemnity, Directors & Officers and Financial Institution insurance, employing over 3500 people in 37 countries.

DUAL understands that its clients and brokers require local underwriting knowledge and expertise and has met this demand through the establishment of a number of underwriting offices around the world. DUAL has operations in Australia, UK, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, USA and of course, Asia.

About InsurTech Asia Association

InsurTech Asia Association is an independent membership-based industry initiative that aims to advance insurance in Asia through the impactful application of Insurance Technology (InsurTech). InsurTech Asia Association’s mission is to accelerate digital transformation of the insurance industry in Asia by removing innovation hurdles and increasing collaboration between InsurTech startups and Insurance corporates. Association seeks to address some of the key issues affecting the growth of the sector, from attracting impactful international startups to helping shape the development of effective regulation.