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Before the London financier acquired the insurer, founder Walter de Oude told DigFin his broader ambitions.
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Japan’s largest non-life insurer believes it can overtake incumbents in the rest of Asia via digitization.
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It will have to address issues of data access, product competitiveness and customer acquisition.
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The insurer is adding more products to its electronic marketplace in anticipation of attracting new types of users.