Content Director’s View: Following the quick and relatively painless death of the Amazon Insurance Store, Jonathan Swift reflects on why UK policyholders are often resistant to the charms of brands they would otherwise trust when it comes to buying insurance.
Analysis: Fiona Nicolson examines what it takes to create a transformation roadmap for the insurance industry that will deliver digital-first, real-time, personalised customer experiences for policyholders.
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.
Looking back at 2023, law firms and claims professionals reflect on how double digit inflation hit the sector and look forward to artificial intelligence speeding-up administration in 2024.
2023 will be remembered as the year the insurtech funding bubble burst but looking ahead to 2024 players in this part of the market expect providers to realise it is easier to buy systems than build them.
Insurance Post can reveal that Insurtech UK is an official partner of the inaugural 2024 British Insurance Technology Awards.
Lloyd’s and Velonetic have delayed the launch of the second phase of Blueprint Two until April 2025 – six months after the previous go-live date of October 2024.
View from the top: Vipul Chhabra, chief data and underwriting officer at Domestic & General, looks at how underwriters are using data in new ways.
Bijal Patel, co-founder of Aurora, explains how the MGA is leading the way in taking a data science approach to underwriting and what skills insurers need to develop.
Insurers that don’t share claims data with the wider market risk being “left behind”, LexisNexis Risk Solutions’ James Burton has told Insurance Post.
Today, Insurance Post is delighted to announce the winners of 2023 European Insurance Technology Awards.
Potential indicators of a fraudulent claim submitted during the cost-of-living crisis were revealed during the latest Insurance Post Podcast.
Analysis: Harry Curtis examines the applications of algorithmic underwriting in commercial and specialty insurance, what role the approach leaves for human underwriters, and what challenges it presents.
Friday Round-Up: Insurance Post wraps up the major insurance deals, launches, investments and strategic moves of the week.
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.
The deadline for The European Insurance Technology Awards is fast approaching.
Pet insurers face mounting pressure as claims volumes and payouts hit record highs in 2022. Sara Costantini, regional director of Crif, UK & Ireland, explores how insurers could use enriched third-party data, including micro-level geographical…
Editor’s View: Insurance Post Editor Emma Ann Hughes wonders if the latest motor insurance developments could cause price comparison websites to soon be consigned to the history books.
Karen Beales, managing director of Financial and Legal Insurance Ltd, reveals she gets hangry if she isn't fed on time, loves walking her two border terriers and learns about data security in risk management.
Now that the apprentices have been put into two teams, and their names have been decided upon, it is time for the them to tackle their first challenge.
Blog: Karim Derrick, product and innovation director at Kennedys IQ considers how prepared the insurance industry is for introducing the concept of open insurance.