Three insurance firms have been digitally targeted by climate activists over their refusal to rule out support for fossil fuel projects.
Steve Jolley, chief information officer at Tysers, shares how the company transitioned from a traditional to a “truly data-driven” digital insurance platform with low-code.
CRIF has launched its own ESG evaluation tool to support UK insurers to better assess risks, ahead of prospective regulations, Insurance Post can reveal.
Analysis of more than 3000 escape of water claims by McLarens found that “trace and access” cover was required in more than half of all claims (51%).
Oxbow Partners and Kita have underlined the scale of the opportunity for insurers looking to capitalise on carbon markets, and how the carbon credit insurance market could reach $30bn by 2050.
Melissa Collett, CEO of Insurtech UK, shares how Gibraltar’s “speed to market” offerings have won over UK insurtechs as they seek authorisation.
Jim Blinn, vice president of client solutions at Zywave, explains what artificial intelligence unknowns lay ahead in 2024 and what businesses can do to protect themselves against incoming cyber attacks.
The use of artificial intelligence, a changing geopolitical landscape and climate change were revealed to be among the top priority concerns that UK insurers will increasingly have to tackle.
Frances Stebbing explores what new rules being introduced for flexible working in mid-2024 mean for the way the insurance industry operates.
Insurers need to sort out their data swamps by creating data lake houses or risk being left behind in the “data arms race”, experts have warned.
Data analysis: Francess Stebbing examines whether insurtech start-ups will struggle to find funding in 2024 and be forced to partner-up with traditional providers to achieve scale.
Friday Round-Up: Insurance Post wraps up the major insurance deals, launches, investments and strategic moves of the week.
Nikhil Rathi, CEO of the Financial Conduct Authority, has urged insurers to keep a human hand in the loop, as a “hyper-digitised” future is not for everyone.
Participating schools have praised the British Insurance Brokers’ Association programme for “shaping the future of education and careers” for young people.
Just 15 months after its October 2022 launch, Insurance Post can reveal that Amazon is closing down its UK Insurance Store.
The Financial Conduct Authority has revealed it is “strengthening its expectations” on how regulated firms consider non-financial misconduct, and will commence a survey to assess the number of cases in financial services.
Scott Clayton, Zurich’s head of fraud, shares how rapidly developing technology and digital manipulation threatens to put additional pressure on claims handlers, as deception becomes harder to spot.
According to multiple industry sources, conversations are being held for the potential sale of accident management and mobility company Kindertons to Redde Northgate, the parent company of Auxillis.
Reinsurance companies Sirius Point, Riverstone International, Enstar Group, and specialty insurers Blenheim and SA Meacock, have all officially ruled out involvement in the East African Crude Oil Pipeline.
The insurtech’s CEO and co-founder shares how a “self-sustaining strong foundation” is essential to pique venture capitalists’ interest, and how the funds will fuel its international expansion.
Hiscox’s London Market CEO shares why responsible tech development was paramount, and when the firm will roll out its AI underwriting model across the wider industry.