Rebecca Fuller, managing director and global fixed asset advisory services leader at risk advisory firm Kroll, explains why without technology insurers and brokers haven't got a hope in hell of knowing whether a property is underinsured.
The countdown has started for you to get entries in for the inaugural 2024 British Insurance Technology Awards (BITAs).
Recent technological advancements mean organisations are now able to better understand their supply chains far quicker than they were before, according to Marsh’s head of strategic risk consulting James Crask.
Data analysis: Insurers where chief risk officers, supported by artificial intelligence, have a seat at the top table are most likely to succeed over the next decade, according to a report by consultancy LCP.
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.
Hannah Tindal, Allianz’s head of directors and officers in London, talks about how the insurer is dealing with risks highlighted by the Allianz Risk Barometer from a liability perspective.
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.
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.
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.
Friday Round-Up: Insurance Post wraps up the major insurance deals, launches, investments and strategic moves of the week.
UK risk professionals are more likely to see the shortage of skilled workers, political risks and risks associated with new technologies as pressing concerns than their global peers, according to the Allianz Risk Barometer.
Andrew Martin, CEO of UK-based cyber security software firm DynaRisk, highlights the alarming trend of cyber criminals leveraging artificial intelligence tools, such as ChatGPT, to enhance their malicious activities.
Forget about products – Felix Schachter, insurance advisory leader at Tata Consultancy Services, says you need to focus on your customers and the value you can offer them to stay relevant in today’s rapidly evolving insurance market.
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.
A voluntary code of conduct for the use of artificial intelligence in claims will be launched on 31 January, spearheaded by Eddie Longworth, founder and director of JEL Consulting.
Artificial intelligence-driven misinformation and disinformation has topped the World Economic Forum’s list of short-term risks, while environmental risks continue to dominate the long-term picture.
To get you ready for the next 12 months, Insurance Post uncovers five things you need to know about what 2024 holds in store for the industry, according to insurance analysts.
Risto Rossar, founder and CEO of Insly, outlines the three steps insurers need to take to make the most of large language models like Chat GPT.
Richard Hartley, CEO and co-founder of insurtech Cytora, discusses the trends we are likely to see in the use of AI within the insurance industry in 2024.