Artificial intelligence could finally solve longstanding industry legacy systems issues and insurers who don’t get on board will be missing out, experts claim.
Insurtech Novidea said it will use the Series C funding to further develop its insurance platform as digital transformation continues to be an “urgent pain point” for insurers.
IP Integration, a digital contact centre specialist, revealed how it will use an equity share investment it has received from Ethos Partners.
Insurtechs based in the US can now join the transatlantic accelerator and gain a competitive edge to access the UK market.
Insurtech Quantee has partnered with Socotra to help “ease the pain” of digital transformation while it continues its global footprint.
Insurtech Genasys shook up its structure to ensure it is focused on creating the best “disruptive technologies” in the market following the opening of its new HQ.
Insurance firms are leaving the Confederation of British Industry at a rate of knots. Post collects the statements of all those leaving the CBI.
After a Moody's report stated two founding members of the Net Zero Insurance Alliance left because of "material antitrust risks", Hannover Re has decided to leave the alliance.
The British Insurance Brokers’ Association has withdrawn its membership of the Confederation of British Industry, following reports of sexual misconduct by senior members of staff.
Joe Sultana talks to Insurance Post about his new role as IS2’s commercial director, and the strategies he will implement to accelerate growth to meet the company’s four-year plan.
Analysis: As the government demands pulling the plug on unfair insurance commission, Frances Stebbing examines whether the regulator could change the rules for how brokers get paid.
Zurich is the second Net-Zero Insurance Alliance member to quit the initiative, days after Munich Re.
Friday Round-Up: Ahead of Good Friday and the Easter Bank Holiday, Insurance Post wraps up the major insurance deals, launches, investments and strategic moves of the week.
Esure chief executive David McMillan revealed the provider will press ahead with the £140.6m digital transformation programme despite posting a £29.1m loss for 2022.
Chubb changed its underwriting criteria for oil and gas extraction projects in a bid to help stop global warming.
Campaigners from Insure Our Future wrote to chief executives of 30 insurance companies pleading them to “scale up efforts” to avoid an “unmanageable” climate breakdown.
Data analysis: The Financial Ombudsman Service data shows general insurance complaints have sharply increased in the second half of 2022 as consumers battle with inflation and cost-of-living.