Insurercore is set to launch its broker social media platform within the next month after fixing technical glitches.
Insurers will have to delete two thirds of data that they hold on customers and risk losing a vital sales pipeline under the General Data Protection Regulations that come into place on May 2018.
Aviva is planning to tackle the issue of dual pricing with its Big Data-driven Ask It Never service and offer customers a fixed level pricing when they renew their policy.
One of the victims of the Manchester terrorist attack, Kelly Brewster, was an employee of Aviva, it has emerged.
Zurich and Axa have closed their Manchester branches following last night’s terrorist attack on Manchester Arena.
In response to the Wanna Cry ransomware attack, the Association of British Insurers has reiterated its calls for an anonymised cyber incident database once the General Data Protection Regulation comes into effect.
PWC has added a "reg-tech" start-up to its Reference Architecture list of companies that can help clients with General Data Protection Regulation compliance.
A senior insurtech boss will stand as an independent MP in the next election, as part of a mission to safeguard the economic environment for insurance start-ups.
The reintroduction of whiplash reform if the Conservatives win the election could come with a reversal of the discount rate, the Association of Professional Injury Lawyers has warned.
The development of the Medco platform is being stalled by the shelved whiplash consultation and the general election.
Ageas will use Artificial Intelligence in its motor claims handling, using software to assess damage based on pictures.
Aviva has taken precautionary measures against the Wanna Cry ransomware attack which happened last week by going into cyber lockdown.
Insurtech start-up Sherpa has partnered with Gen Re in order to provide tailored risk coverage scores personal lines insurance policies.
Nexus underwriting has made the London Stock Exchange 1,000 Inspirational Companies List alongside 12 other insurance companies.
ERS has hired ex-AA head of counter fraud, Steve Gaywood, as the new head of counter fraud for the syndicate.
JRW Group has reported stable pre-tax profits of £2m in 2016, same as in 2015, after the introduction of its new brands Insure 4 Drones and Insure 4 Boats.
The General Data Protection Regulations will not have as big an effect on cyber policies and the regulator may not enforce it as strictly as expected.
More than 70% of brokers are concerned over the Ogden discount rate and the effect it could have on the number of people buying their policies, according to Covea’s latest broker survey.
Investment into Artificial Intelligence start-ups has gone up by 80% since January last year but there is some time to go before technology wipes out jobs in the industry.
Hood Group has secured over £96,000 in government funding from Innovate UK that will help it develop data and Artificial Intelligence services.
Travel sickness claims have soared as legal firms push holidaymakers into making spurious claims, a Post event heard.
Kennedys will be merging with US insurance law firm Carroll McNulty & Kull to create a global insurance practice.
Insurtech broker Halo Insurance Services has expanded into the Italian market by offering car hire excess insurance policies.
PIB has chosen software provider Ignite as its broking systems provider for its personal lines business.