Five female insurance entrepreneurs give Jonathan Swift the lowdown on the start-up sector
New insurtech start-up, Cyberfense, has been approved by the Financial Conduct Authority and can now operate as an MGA.
Fadata has decided to increase its investment in the Nordic region through the launch of its new office in Stockholm.
Post has revisited its research into broking to find out how digitalisation and regulation are affecting the sector. In part one, Michèle Bacchus asks whether brokers can survive the digital age.
In the good old days, the point where work ended and leisure began was obvious. Home and office were clearly defined spaces, and uniforms, working hours and management structures all helped to reinforce these boundaries. But those days have gone and in…
In this tech-driven day and age, one of the most striking relics of days gone by is the bordereau system. Although they may be computerised, bordereau reports tend to be about as high-tech as an Excel spreadsheet.
Startupbootcamp has signed an agreement with Eos Venture Partners that will see up to £1m of funding put into its cohort 2017 start-ups.
Football legend Gary Lineker is among the investors contributing to £1m seed funding for smart home insurtech firm Neos.
The commercial lines market finds itself at a crossroads: does it stick to the tried and trusted road of face-to-face interaction and relationships or does it follow personal lines down a digital highway?
Live updates from Post's Digital Insurance World event.
Deloitte has appointed Nigel Walsh, former head of insurance at Capgemini as a partner in its insurance practice.
Sometimes in life people let you down. Maybe they are not as invested as you, maybe they don't have the same energy levels or maybe they were never going to do it in the first place.
Insurtech start-ups have a range of options to fund their business: from private equity to crowdfunding, from partners to business angels, from incubators to accelerators. Innovators are using old and new ways to raise money - and each of them has its…
Capital requirements and regulations have been blamed for putting off new full-stack insurers from establishing in the UK but Brexit won't necessarily help start-ups.
UK insurers are struggling to adapt to digital channels of customer engagement, research has revealed.
Artificial intelligence has the potential to revolutionise insurance but before it does, insurers need to overcome public reticence and regulatory challenges.
The rise in Big Data could usher in a host of opportunities for insurers to expand their customer bases and develop innovative products and services; but it could also prove a test for brokers.
At a recent Claims Club meeting I was introduced to IBM’s Watson, an artificial intelligence technology platform that uses natural language processing and machine learning to reveal insights from large amounts of unstructured data, and it got me thinking.
Six months into the job, Aviva UK’s newly appointed GI CEO talks to Martin Croucher about the challenges of succeeding Maurice Tulloch and further investment into digital
Insurtech provider Wrisk has been selected as one of five finalists to join the BMW Innovation Lab, the first-ever fintech business incubator in the automotive sector.
The UK motor insurance market could see a 75% drop in premiums by the year 2040, falling from the current £18.5bn a year to just £4.6bn.
Interconnected threats call for new skills beyond insurance procurement
As J K Rowling continues to delight fans with updated ebooks on her website Pottermore this week we learnt a bit more about our team mates on Post as a new feature was released.
John Salmon has joined Hogan Lovells' London corporate practice as a technology partner to boost its global fintech team.