Fraudsters never rest and Lior Koskas, managing director of Digilog UK, urges the industry to remain open to sharing in the latest risk identification tools and continually review procedures for fraud.
I often find myself targeted by banner ads ranging from pizza takeaways, to – inexplicably - elderly toilet aids.
Steve Grieve, chief information officer at Claims Consortium Group, explores whether machines really can take over from humans in a claims environment.
Neil Ross and Delvin Tillett, senior vice-president and assistant vice-president for underwriting at Axis Pro Europe, explain how insurers and underwriters can make cyber policies relevant in today's fast-moving business environment.
Insurers shouldn't use data analytics just to drive efficiencies but also to innovate in terms of risk management, writes Paul Dix, insurance strategy consultant at CGI UK.
The risk landscape in renewable energy is constantly changing and underwriters need to exercise proper due diligence, argues Fraser McLachlan, CEO of Gcube Underwriting.
Crawford and Company has deployed more than 200 adjusters in Southern Texas to assess the damage caused by Hurricane Harvey. One of them, James Warren, whose own home has been damaged, describes the streets as eerie as there is no power, no road signs,…
Managing general agents need to differentiate themselves to boost their income, advises Ed Halsey, sales & marketing director at Schemeserve.
Insurers should fund the replacement of lead pipes, instead of having them repaired, urges Chris Cowen, client relationship manager at Auger, arguing this will cut claims in the long term.
Brokers can use technology to make marginal gains that will add up in the long term, making their business a success, writes Ed Pugh, sales & marketing director at Red Crake.
If a hurricane the strength of Andrew tracked through Miami today, losses would likely exceed $200bn ($155bn), almost twice what the insurance industry is prepared for, warns Karen Clark, co-founder of Karen Clark & Company.
In an uncertain climate, the owners of independent brokerages need to plan their succession, urges Brokerbility chairman Ashwin Mistry, arguing this is for the long-term health of the whole insurance industry.
From change management to cyber risk, Onno Bloemers, head of insurance at Delta Capita, explains why insurers need to look beyond Brexit to the wider challenges facing the industry.
A recent prison sentence for a claimant who exaggerated injuries, is proof that compensators should pursue this kind of fraud vigorously, writes Kieran Jones, partner at Weightmans.
In preparation for Post's Digital Insurance World event, here are six more insurtech start-ups to watch.
Almost $1bn ($985m) was invested in insurtech in the second quarter of 2017.
Corporate clients want travel insurance and travel risk management in the same place, says Chris Knight, head of corporate services at Cega.
Blockchain is gaining popularity among insurers, who will need to figure out how to integrate it with legacy systems, says Michael Clifton, senior vice-president, global insurance strategy and ventures at Cognizant.
Caravanning clients offer brokers many cross-selling opportunities, writes Graeme Hamilton, head of leisure insurance at Jackson Lee Underwriting.
Digital technologies offer insurers the opportunity to reconnect with their clients and earn back their trust, writes Robin Wolstenholme, senior marketing specialist at Liferay.
Brokers can use wearable technology as a way to enter the high-net-worth and mid-net-worth market, especially its young segment, advises Sarah Willoughby, art and private client development director at Ecclesiastical.
Could you and your providers be trusted to come up with an innovative solution to save your customer's life, asks Chris Knight, head of corporate services, CEGA Group.
Where news is dominated by the concept of data enrichment and there is talk of a ‘technical revolution’ we find ourselves in the middle of a steadfast digital age.
Telematics insurance has become much easier and cost-effective for brokers and insurers to offer, says Selim Cavanagh, vice-president, Insurance, at Lexis Nexis Risk Solutions UK & Ireland, arguing it should now be a given.