Increasing interest in big data is a growing trend within financial services and the insurance business is no exception, according to Alexandra Foster, director, insurance, wealth management and financial services at BT.
Parametrics has been around for a while but a slew of new entrants means it is now poised to make its mark on UK general insurance
Blog: Delivering a personal, timely and multichannel experience without putting core operations at risk
You don't need to risk crashing back-end legacy systems to deliver personalised and integrated customer service, argues Giuliano Altamura of the Fincons Group.
You only have a short window of opportunity in the omnichannel world. Miss it, and it will soon shut warns Giuliano Altamura, financial services business unit manager at Fincons Group.
Motor insurance companies have long focused on rating factors such as a driver’s age, occupation and where they live.
The seemingly headlong rush by insurers to connect everything, pulling together fragmented legacy systems and IT architecture has left many of them struggling to find the right solutions. Post gathered a group of experts together to see how firms are…
Insurance lawyers have responded to today’s Supreme Court ruling which found supermarket Morrisons is not ‘vicariously liable’ for a large-scale data leak by a disgruntled employee, saying it might be a relief for corporates but that it doesn’t signal…
While it acknowledged issues with the Information Commissioner's Office's handling of Eldon and Leave EU fines and audit notices, a tribunal has found its actions did not amount to bias, procedural unfairness or unlawfulness.
Harry Curtis spoke to Andrew Yeoman, CEO and co-founder of Concirrus, about the increasing use of big data in insurance and the challenges facing the fleet and marine markets.
Content director Jonathan Swift sits down with Lexis Nexis’ senior director of personal lines insurance Martyn Mathews to discuss the latest in car technology innovation and how the connected car of the future will provide reliable, real-time data sets…
The Financial Conduct Authority has confirmed it will be contacting individuals after their confidential information was published on its website by mistake.
One of the original insurtech poster children, Trov recently pulled its personal lines offering in the UK and quickly followed this up by partnering with Lloyds and Halifax on renters’ insurance. Trov CEO and co-founder Scott Walchek sat down with Jen…
2020 could prove to be a year of significant risk tipping points for insurers, many of them driven by fast-paced political and cultural change says Simon Laird, global head of insurance at RPC.
Microsoft’s data breach, which saw details of a reported 250 million customers made available online, could leave insureds facing knock-on phishing attempts and the tech giant facing a fine.
As the January sales draw to an end consumers aren't the only ones with deals on their minds.
A non-profit seeking to draw up open industry data-sharing standards to address the climate crisis has launched with £1m funding and a consortium of partners that includes Aon and Brit.
CFC has bought London-based insurtech Threatinformer for an undisclosed sum.
Blog: How cyber security ‘scoring’ could be the solution to drawbacks in cyber security risk modelling
Cybercrime is becoming an increasingly sophisticated and widespread issue. As we enter a new decade, it’s clear that few individuals, organisations and governments will be exempt from danger writes Andrew Martin, CEO at DynaRisk.
The Financial Conduct Authority has issued a warning after what appears to be data held by the regulator appeared for sale on a website.
Big data is not a game played by different rules, delegates at an insurance artificial intelligence ethics conference were today reminded.
Post has enlisted a managing general agent industry mole to lift the lid on what the sector is really like. Our anonymous commentator asks why the perception of working in the insurance industry is so bad from the outside.
With the holiday break over, this week has seen people across the UK – some somewhat sluggishly – get back to business.
The Chartered Insurance Institute has urged regulators to take caution as they adopt an increasingly data-driven approach to policing the financial services sector, warning “digital breadcrumbs” can’t replace human insight.
The Financial Conduct Authority has refreshed its Data Strategy, first published in 2013, and set out a “transformation plan” to become a highly data-driven regulator.