In the news today: Jacob Zuma, Lloyd’s opens shop in Europe, and a shift in life insurance

It’s only a chickenshit Mafia vampire bagman who purges his Cabinet well after supper, and then dumps a press statement on the country in the witching hour. And it’s only a bargain basement dictator, out of time and out of patience, who celebrates the appointment of his new friends with 80 banal words.  READ MORE

The company will be able to write risks from all 27 European Union (EU) and three European Economic Area states after the UK has left the EU, providing their customers and partners with continued access to the Lloyd’s market.  READ MORE

The life insurance industry in the next decade will see a radical change in customer mix, with traditional consumers reducing sharply in favour of digital natives as the omnichannel revolution has begun to shape the future of the industry.  READ MORE

The surgeon general of the United States has said many times in recent years that the most prevalent health issue in the country is not cancer or heart disease or obesity. It is isolation.  READ MORE

The DBX ETFs are unique in that they offer investors access to international investments through a South African-regulated structure.  READ MORE