Data analytics

Blog: The importance of data analysis

Data has always played a significant role in all key stages of the insurance customer lifecycle. But, increasingly, the onus is on insurers to take all the necessary steps to understand their customers, validate the information provided and assess the…

Europe: Ready for the digital challenge?

It is difficult to overstate the impact of the digital revolution. To take one metric, the number of global mobile phone subscriptions is now 6.8 billion, according to UN agency The International Telecoms Union. It predicts that this figure will…

C-Suite: All brokers can benefit from MGAs

How hip can managing general agents be? In UK commercial broking, MGAs have become a must-have accessory, with most of the big brokers bolting on MGAs to their distribution portfolios.

Opportunistic Fraud: Zero tolerance

With opportunistic fraud attracting little public attention compared with large-scale organised fraud, the insurance sector is battling to change attitudes to such crime and develop methods to catch its perpetrators.

Telematics: Long road ahead

Long hailed as the next big thing in motor insurance, telematics is still yet to really take off in the UK – so what’s holding it back?

Europe: Tapping new risk

Is there a potentially untapped market on the continent for non-standard customers? Katie Marriner investigates.

Telematics: Ask the experts

Insurers should be wary of rushing into the telematics market alone – pricing, legacy technology and cost mean collaborating may be a wiser strategy.

Indian regulator ramping up analytics focus

India’s Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority is to launch a new information office for the collection and analysis of data from insurers, according to reports.

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