Webinar: Transitioning to usage-based insurance - what are the benefits to being in the fast lane of UBI adoption?


Vehicles remained dormant for a prolonged period of time - and may continue to do so in a post-pandemic world of remote working. Drivers are also becoming increasingly conscious over journey length and type as a consequence of the pervasive messaging about combating climate change. The combination of which is driving consumer demand for usage-based insurance.

In this on-demand webinar Insurance Post in association with ByBits, an expert panel discuss how UBI will be core to an insurer’s efforts to be more customer-centric and data driven; whilst future-proofing their ability to adapt to new vehicle technologies.


With this in mind our expert panel will discuss topics such as:

  • What are the key factors that will continue to drive the momentum of UBI insurance acceptance and adoption?
  • How does the recent ban on ‘price walking’ – and the regulator’s focus on ‘fair value’ play to the strengths of UBI?
  • How can UBI data help improve customer trust, engagement and open up opportunities for an insurer to be able to better personalize and tailor other solutions for policyholders?
  • How can UBI data help educate and incentivize customers to become ‘greener’ and bolster the ESG credential of their insurer?
  • What might happen to those insurers that fail to embrace UBI as a concept in the mid-to-long term?
  • How does adopting UBI now potentially help an insurance company transition to the next expected leap in vehicle technology; namely insuring autonomous vehicles?


The expert panel featured:

James Blackham, CEO, By Miles

Adam Clarke, chief underwriting officer, Ageas

Ines Feracci, director, B2B, Zego

Phil Ost, head of personal lines, Zurich

Callum Rimmer, CEO, By Bits

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