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Vacation ‘rescue’

While one is on vacation, accidents and tragedies can happen. Should you get travel insurance, asks DEEPAK GILL?

Cagamas appoints Choy as CEO

Cagamas Bhd has appointed Steven Choy chief executive officer effective April 24.

Prudential Islamic finance hub in Malaysia

Prudential plc, the second largest life insurer in Britain, intends to make Malaysia an Islamic regional financial services hub, said group chief executive officer Mark Tucker.

Suit against lawyer thrown out

Penang High Court has dealt a blow to Chin Kong Chew's quest when it rejected his appeal against a dismissal of his suit against a senior lawyer for allegedly not disbursing insurance payout.

Investors look for FTSE turnaround

THE British stock market will hope to end in positive territory for the first time in a month this week, as a clutch of heavyweight companies publish third-quarter earnings.

Mitsui aims for Top three position with merger

MITSUI Sumitomo Insurance (M) Bhd, which will be officially merged with Aviva Insurance Bhd on April 1 next year, expects the merged unit to have gross written premiums in excess of RM700mil as of that date, making it one of the top three players in the non-motor business, Chief executive officer Fabian Wong.

Early menstruation isn't precursor to adult obesity

CHICAGO (Reuters) - The belief that girls who start menstruating before age 12 will be overweight later in life is unfounded, according to a study released on Thursday.

ECB president: No immediate need to act

Stocks slumped worldwide after terrorists set off four explosions that rocked London's subway and bus system and killed at least 33 people. The British pound hit a fresh 19-month low.

European insurance stocks drop after blasts

Allianz AG said it was facing a euro1 million to euro9 million (US$1.2 million to US$10.7 million) exposure from the bus and subway explosions in London on Thursday because of its participation in a terrorist-risk coverage plan led by the British government.

Olympic champion Taufik storms into the final

Olympic champion Taufik Hidayat of Indonesia marched into the men's singles final of the US$170,000 Aviva Singapore Open badminton championships when he snuffed out top seed and world No 1 Lin Dan of China in the semi-finals with a thrilling 15-12, 15-8 win at the Singapore Indoor Stadium yesterday in 53 minutes.