This week Post reporter Rosie Quigley and I were given a tour around the Accenture Innovation Lab at Plantation Place in the City.
Zurich has carried out a major refresh on its SME insurance platform Ztrade, in response to negative broker feedback following the platform’s original launch.
Insurtech start-up Buzzmove has closed a £6m super-seed round led by Bermuda-based White Mountains Insurance Group.
What's all the fuss about Generation Y? Many people in our industry will be thinking ‘why does this all sound so complicated and why does it matter to me'? The good news is this: like all things in insurance, the core issue boils down to a small number…
Norfolk insurance broker Hugh J Boswell has become the latest insurance firm to suffer a cyber-attack, Post can reveal.
Van insurance broker Autonet has gone live with a software solution that tracks customer data to inform pricing.
An insurtech start-up has launched a mobile phone-based telematics app that will be sold to insurers as a licensed product.
This week the Post editorial team, alongside their colleagues from Insurance Age, sales, events and subscriptions took part in the annual Incisive Insurance softball showdown.
Insurers that want to outsource to the cloud need to make sure their service providers meet data protection standards.
Managing general agent So Sure, which specialises in insuring mobile phones, is about to launch a new model of “social insurance” via an app-based peer-to-peer product.
A new app-based insurance start-up aimed at millennials has launched this week targeting the millions of 18 to 34-year-olds who do not currently buy contents, travel or device cover.
Lloyd’s of London CEO Inga Beale sits down with Jonathan Swift to talk about Brexit, diversity and the need to modernise the market
I recently sat down with the ‘poster girl for diversity’ Inga Beale for this month’s cover interview. The Lloyd’s CEO covered a lot of ground, including the topic for which she has become a figurehead, as well as the modernisation of Lloyd’s – two…
A new aggregator offering legal services - including public injury and road traffic accident options - is poised to launch next week with its boss boasting that Law Superstore could hail a new era of transparency in the sector.
Axa has signed a deal with Alibaba to jointly explore opportunities to distribute insurance products and services through the Chinese e-commerce giant’s platforms including Ant Financial Services.
Standards could play a key role in helping to strengthen and accelerate fintech’s development in the UK, research from BSI has suggested.
The sharing economy is booming, with new businesses constantly bringing new offerings to market and insurance is playing a major role in supporting such innovation
Blockchain could revolutionise the insurance and reinsurance industry.
Blog to the future: One day, more than 10 customer interactions – could this be an insurer reality by 2030
The alarm goes, it is 6:45am on 25 July 2030; and the first thing you do is check your Healthcare Insurer-provided wearable tech-band to see how your sleep rated.
The growth of Fintech and the wider use of big data may create an uninsurable ‘underclass’, according to new research.
A PwC trend report has revealed that insurtech start-ups have the potential to reduce costs across the insurance industry and improve the customer service given to policy holders.
So much has been written and spoken about the need to "go digital", but what does that actually mean?
Virtual reality has hit the gaming industry this year and it could find a place in the insurance sector to help with claims and fraud in the future.
Digital Insurance Innovation of the Year; Technology Award; Start-up Award