Insurance has long been thought of as a men’s game, although the sector is making some steps towards greater gender diversity. Post investigates whether – as new kids on the block with no legacy issues – insurtechs are doing a better job here
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While insurtechs start-ups might start off small, their growth ambitions are anything but. Incumbents are well known for adopting a merger and acquisition approach while insurtechs have a less uniform method to overseas expansion.
We launched our #MentalHealth standards last year to provide better support for customers with #MentalHealth conditions when applying for health, travel or protection #insurance. #MHAW #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek https://t.co/C5ZTgtYJA4 pic.twitter.com/ZzW2tx7bnI— ABI (@BritishInsurers) May 10, 2021
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