Analytics have been used by the insurance market for decades and are most commonly associated with catastrophe modelling. However, with competition as fierce as ever, and margins being squeezed by regulatory and legislative changes, such as the European Court of Justice gender ruling, many insurers are starting to see its value elsewhere. Post, in association with Sas, recently gathered a group of experts to discuss the value of analytics to the insurance industry and its place in the future of
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