As natural disasters become more frequent and intense in Asia-Pacific, governments can tap into taxes to finance improved resilience.
Arup Kumar Chatterjee
With over two decades of experience in this area, Arup is responsible in his current role for leading financial sector development initiatives in the areas of insurance, private pensions and contractual savings, and financial inclusion. Previously, he worked at the Bank for International Settlements in Basel, Switzerland, and the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority in his native India.
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Crop insurance is a valuable climate adaptation tool for disaster-prone countries like Bangladesh.
Emerging fintech players are reshaping the ways small businesses can access working capital and cash flow finance.
For the country to take full advantage of financial technology, 3 significant steps need to be taken.
Blockchain can provide a secure, transparent, and verifiable mechanism to establish provable good faith in insurance transactions.
Enabling new digital financial services models requires an open-minded approach to innovation, with sufficient certainty over the legal framework.