Content director’s view: Jonathan Swift muses on whether Sky Protect could disrupt the household insurance Premier League in the same way it did with English football following its investment in the game in 1992.
Insurtechs based in the US can now join the transatlantic accelerator and gain a competitive edge to access the UK market.
Insurtech Quantee has partnered with Socotra to help “ease the pain” of digital transformation while it continues its global footprint.
Insurtech Genasys shook up its structure to ensure it is focused on creating the best “disruptive technologies” in the market following the opening of its new HQ.
With no repair nor recycling option available for electric vehicle batteries, Allianz and Thatcham described a “real commercial opportunity” for motor manufacturers to invest in recycling power units.
Flock CEO Ed Leon Klinger talks to news editor Scott McGee about the state of insurtech funding, Flock’s move from drone insurance to commercial motor, and how it will use an extra $38m in Series B funding.
Direct Line Group has acquired By Miles Group to bolster “digital-first journeys” for customers.
The 2023 Claims & Fraud Awards are open for entries with a deadline of 5pm on 2 June.
Peter Blanc, executive chairman of Howden UK and Ireland, examines the challenges inherent in the forthcoming Consumer Duty and asks whether artificial intelligence could help the industry meet its demands.
New data on e-scooters will be vital in assisting regulators and insurers with future planning, says Petty Abrams, associate at Plexus Law.
Premiums for autonomous, connected, electric and shared vehicles could grow by more than $0.5tr by 2030, according to a Capgemini report.
Insurtech chiefs have raised concerns about the government's plans to regulate artificial intelligence, warning red tape could restrict innovation.
Joe Sultana talks to Insurance Post about his new role as IS2’s commercial director, and the strategies he will implement to accelerate growth to meet the company’s four-year plan.
Wakam has promoted Catherine Charrier-Leflaive to CEO, with her predecessor Olivier Jaillon stepping up to be chairman.
Digital Bar Quarterly: How can insurers optimise a multibrand strategy with greater UX differentiation?
Insurance companies replicating their quote and buy journeys across multiple brands are missing significant opportunities. Jamie Bayliss, consultant at Altus Consulting, shares his observations and outlines how they could overcome this efficiently…
Blog: The number of managing general agents in the UK has exploded in recent years, and it’s a trend that shows no sign of slowing down. Andy Colbran, CEO Of Nuventure, questions what is driving this growth, and is it due to the fact that MGAs are…
The shortlist of the 29th British Insurance Awards, which will take place at the Royal Albert Hall on 5 July, is announced today.
As insurers battle an increase in claims volume and inflation, Rory Yates, head of strategy for EMEA and Asia Pacific at EIS, argues the industry must move established processes online.
Esure chief executive David McMillan revealed the provider will press ahead with the £140.6m digital transformation programme despite posting a £29.1m loss for 2022.
Jonathan Swift catches up with Wakam chief executive, and self-proclaimed rock’n’roll blockchain fan, Olivier Jaillon, to discuss the evolution of the go-to market for many insurtechs and brands seeking to sell embedded insurance.
Blog: Karim Derrick, product and innovation director at Kennedys IQ considers how prepared the insurance industry is for introducing the concept of open insurance.
Despite the predictions that early levels of automation will be available on UK roads as early as 2021, not much progress has been made so far. Insurance Post investigates the progress and what needs to be done to see driverless cars on the roads.