Digital Insurance

Blog: Engaging tomorrow's customers today

Insurance has traditionally been considered a grudge purchase, driven by the legal requirements for cover and a desire for financial protection. Indeed, 41% of respondents in a Consumer Intelligence poll said they thought of insurance as "a necessary…

Cyber regulation: Cyber’s new rules

The tightening of data regulation next year could drive demand for cyber cover and, with the reporting of breaches becoming compulsory, it may help underwriters price this new risk ever more accurately

Pool Re: The changing face of terrorism

The number of terrorist incidents on UK soil has dropped since Pool Re was set up, with Irish republican paramilitary attacks giving way to less frequent strikes by radical Islamic terrorists, however, the threat to the country remains as severe

Interview: Guy Goldstein, Next Insurance

As Next Insurance launches today a chatbot allowing personal trainers to quote and buy insurance via Facebook Messenger, its founder and CEO Guy Goldstein tells Jonathan Swift how the American insurtech start-up plans on revolutionising the SME…

Blog: Demonstrating value for money

I was intrigued to read the introductory comments made in the Financial Conduct Authority publication in late January about the results of its pilot study into general insurance value measures for a subset of general insurance products.

Week in Post: Moves and booze

For the first time ever, I had to purchase home insurance this week and despite working with the insurance industry, I had no idea how to go about it. So I ended up on an aggregator site.

Six insurtech start-ups to watch in 2017

To celebrate the return of the Post Digital Insurance Collective, I thought I would take another of my periodic looks at some of the newer start-ups in the insurtech space with some connection to the UK.

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