Insurercore is set to launch its broker social media platform within the next month after fixing technical glitches.
The Manchester attack touched us all this week. Because we might live or work in the city. Because we might have visited recently. Or because we have, you know, a heart.
Headlines on the impact of artifical intelligence have ranged from predicting a doomsday where the robots take control to, more recently, exploring scenarios where humans and robots live together in harmony. Harry Clarke, head of research at Tällt…
Connected home Insurtech startup Neos has secured a £5m series A investment led by Aviva Ventures.
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.
Cross-selling is a great way to distribute microinsurance, as illustrated in Africa, where some farming insurance programmes are also experimenting with new ways to pay out claims, write Tom Johansmeyer, assistant vice-president at Verisk Insurance…
BLM's Terry Renouf sums up the last Claims Club meeting where tackling supply chain issues, talking about artificial intelligence and applying gig economy opportunities made the headlines.
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.
Post content director Jonathan Swift reflects on the relationship between children's television and insurance over the last four decades.
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.
Start-ups have to go to great lengths to attract business, both literally and figuratively, writes James Stuart Clarke, head of sales and partnerships at Digital Fineprint.
Rory Moloney, CEO of Aon Global Risk Consulting, explains why helping a company tackle risk in today’s world requires a new way of thinking.
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.
Connected devices could help household insurers offer cheaper premiums to responsible homeowners, says Craig Foster, managing director of Homeserve Labs.
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.
Before driverless cars take to the road, the public needs to be reassured about their safety and cyber risks need to be mitigated, write Deloitte partners Gurpreet Johal and Nigel Walsh. But once liability is clarified, insurers stand to benefit.
Data analytics firm Lexis Nexis have developed a new predictor of motor claims loss.
Boardroom risks, defined as fraud, corruption and poor governance, is the top concern for UK businesses, according to CNA Hardy.
Former LV e-commerce director Paul Wishman has been appointed vice-president of global insurance at CGI.
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.
Brokers faced a day of intermittent service on the SSP platform yesterday, in a fault which the software house says has now been fixed.
More than a third of UK consumers are happy to share Facebook data with insurers for lower premiums.