Insurtech start-up Digital Fineprint has closed a second ‘venture’ investment round by raising $2.7m (£2m) lead by a firm that includes Nutmeg and Fan Duel among its portfolio.
The competitive insurance market has triggered low premiums for professional indemnity cover but Terry Pegg, director of sales and marketing at Tokio Marine HCC, argues this does not mean that standards in policies or service levels should be slipping.
Lemonade CEO Daniel Schreiber talks about the expansion plans of the US-based start-up that uses artificial intelligence to validate claims and donates profits to charities.
Kevin Angelini, head of strategy, insurance consulting and technology, Asia-Pacific, at international broker consultancy Willis Towers Watson offers his thoughts on China's online insurance phenomenon.
Thailand insurer Muang Thai Insurance has released an idrive motor smartphone app which uses UK insurtech start-up Inzura's app and cloud based platform.
Insurers are being urged to consider an evidential video application as a firm successful in the third-party administrator and loss adjusting markets targets the sector.
Sue Jones, head of GI fraud strategy at LV, explains how fraud became an industry focus.
Morten Gregersen, business development director Asia, Scope Technology, explains the opportunities for usage-based insurance in Asia-Pacific.
The data revolution will lead to a shift in the very business model of insurance, warns Rob Cushen, digital leader at Virtusa.
Nigel Phillips, commercial director at CDL, lists the advantages of insurance customers going monthly.
As travellers venture further afield and mobile devices touch on all areas of life, Chris Knight, head of corporate services for Cega, asks if travel insurers are missing a trick by not contacting with their customers to offer real-time risk updates.
With technology rapidly changing what cars look like, Paul Heybourne, head of innovation operations for Aviva, maps the motoring landscape of the future.
Instead of just driving efficiencies, some start-ups now have the ambition to become full-stack insurers, warns Paul Cuatrecasas, CEO of investment bank Aquaa Partners, urging incumbents to buy out these potential competitors.
Weeks away from launch, Wrisk co-founder Nigel Barton talks to Jonathan Swift about how his business hopes to change the insurance ‘dialogue’, the need for start-ups to forge partnerships with well-known brands, and why it is necessary for the UK to keep…
Exclusive: Young driver and telematics specialist Ingenie is poised to branch out into non-motor products and expand its underwriting footprint to older UK drivers.
In preparation for Post's Digital Insurance World event, here are six more insurtech start-ups to watch.
Almost $1bn ($985m) was invested in insurtech in the second quarter of 2017.
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Brokers can use wearable technology as a way to enter the high-net-worth and mid-net-worth market, especially its young segment, advises Sarah Willoughby, art and private client development director at Ecclesiastical.
Could you and your providers be trusted to come up with an innovative solution to save your customer's life, asks Chris Knight, head of corporate services, CEGA Group.
Technologies such as driverless cars, telematics and the connected home are changing the world of insurance, with the need for more modularisation of coverages, and components that can be used in different ways to suit particular niches and markets. Dean…
Innovation is currently the talk of our industry for good reason. We are facing potentially challenging times, with start-ups bringing new tech, new ideas and a new outlook to the sector. However, Gareth Howell, managing director of personal direct and…
A booming information, communication and technology sector is heightening risks across Asia-Pacific according to an Insurance Post whitepaper in association with QBE.