Data analysis: In a challenging economic environment, insurance executives have shared they are increasingly spreading their attention across many operational areas to prioritise profitability over growth.
EE is branching out of its smartphone and broadband contract roots by now offering insurance.
Neville Hunt, a stalwart of the London Market who dedicated more than 50 years of his life to the industry, has passed away.
Aviva’s Global Corporate & Specialty team has revealed how it has been able to develop 20 commercial lines pricing models in just nine months, cutting build time by 75%, after utilising Hyperexponential’s pricing decision intelligence platform, HX Renew.
Trade Voice: Charlotte Halford and Peter Allchorne, partners at DAC Beachcroft, outline the challenges facing insurers looking to adopt generative AI.
James McNab, a Wunderwriter at Schemeserve, trains for Lanzarote endurance running events, delivers obsessive support to brokers and MGAs, keeps his finger on the pulse of product development, and loves elevenses.
Customer satisfaction in general insurance providers over the last 12 months has plummeted at the fastest rate since 2008, according to the latest Institute of Customer Service report.
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Gonzalo Geijo, chief commercial officer at Charles Taylor Insurtech, speaks about insurtech market issues and his company's role in addressing those problems.
The shortlist has been decided and now Insurance Post readers can vote to decide the winners of the European Insurance Technology Awards 2023.
South African distribution platform Root is seeking to establish a “strong foundation” in the UK, following a fresh cash injection from one of its seed funders.
Allianz chief claims officer Graham Gibson, pictured, won the prestigious Achievement Award at the Insurance Post Claims and Fraud Awards yesterday evening (5 October) at The Brewery.
Fiona Mayo, Hiscox marketing director, says that increasing automation all too often results in treating humans like numbers.
Melissa Collett, CEO of Insurtech UK, wants to encourage more Lemonades and is going to engage with the government and regulators on what it will take to ensure insurtechs thrive.
Janthana Kaenprakhamroy, CEO and founder of Tapoly, on the barriers she faced as a woman trying to launch an insurtech and how diversity and inclusion needs to become deeply ingrained values in the industry.
Collaboration is the key to improving climate resilience, according to a panel of experts at the Chartered Insurance Institute’s Shaping the Future of Insurance conference.
With customer expectations increasing, and speed of settlement becoming more and more of a priority, the Chartered Insurance Institute’s Matthew Connell and Altus’s Patrick Hayward believe some parametric elements could become part of the basic make-up…
Insurtech Ripe has completed its first M&A transaction by acquiring specialist boat insurer Craftinsure, with bosses revealing plans to snap up other rivals.
Izik Lavy, CEO and co-founder of GeoX, discusses how insurers are using AI and aerial imagery to battle the extreme weather ushered in by the climate crisis.
Instanda has recruited former Hiscox group CEO Bronek Masojada, pictured, as an adviser as it looks to build on its existing client heartland of MGAs and start-ups to win over more mainstream insurers too.
Overcoming aches and pains from cricket, Ian Betley, general manager of EMEA and APAC at EIS, heads to Dublin to consider how technology is transforming the industry and prepares for The Boss and The Piano Man.
By Miles co-founder Callum Rimmer has unveiled his latest start-up aimed at tackling “slow” and “expensive” pricing software issues that plague the insurance industry.
Alex Holdsworth, executive strategy director at Monsterlab, explains how by harnessing the power of big data and AI, insurers can encourage healthier habits to reduce claims and cut costs.