Aviva reshuffles claims legal panel; Minster Law partners with AA; Flood Re adds a NED

Friday Round Up

Friday Round Up: Insurance Post wraps up the major insurance deals, launches, investments and strategic moves of the week.

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Direct Line Group shares fall off a cliff as it scraps dividend for 2022

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Four key takeaways from Insurance Post’s AI Summit

Insurance Post organised a conference for senior-level artificial intelligence leaders from the UK’s largest insurance companies to discuss strategies for implementing AI, as well as the challenges and opportunities encountered in their transformation journeys. Damisola Sulaiman highlights the primary insights from the panels.

EU AI Act may block smaller insurtechs from market entry

Smaller insurtechs in the artificial intelligence sector will be subject to additional regulatory oversight due to the European Union AI Act, which may prevent them from making it into the market, according to Sixfold CEO Alex Schmelkin.

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