With less than two months to go before Digital Insurance World 2017, post has collected together some of its best read articles related to insurtech by means of an appetiser for what is bound to be one of the highlights of the year.
Who won what at the 2018 Post Claims Awards held last night at the Royal Garden Hotel?
Roll back six years and I remember David Williams, on taking a new role as director of underwriting at Axa, calling for parity in remuneration between claims professionals and others.
The Association of British Insurers’ figures show that the UK insurance sector prevented 125,000 fraudulent claims in 2016, worth to the tune of £1.3bn.
The ABI's figures show that the insurance sector prevented 125,000 fraudulent claims in 2016, to the tune of £1.3bn. However, despite huge progress, the hard work does not and cannot stop here.
Exclusive: Towergate Underwriting head of claims Jon Cawley is to take over Matthew Scott as NFU Mutual’s head of claims.
Eight out of 10 financial services firms expect to invest in preventative technology and IT systems over the next year.
For the first time ever, Post's hugely popular conferences - Motor Claims and Insurance Telematics - came together under one roof for one super charged event designed to address the challenges shaping motor insurance in 2016 and beyond.
I was thrilled to be invited by Post to help judge the Data, Analytics and Technology Awards for Insurance 2015. The process provided a welcome opportunity to broadly assess how the insurance has adopted new technology and to review a number of best-in…
Couldn't make it to the Radisson Bloomsbury for Post's Insurance Data & Analytics event?
Rehabilitation professionals gathered today (11 September) for the 11th Anniversary of the Rehabilitation First Awards at the Royal Garden Hotel in Kensington, London.
All the news from Post’s Claims Club event on 19 February
Today is the last day to take advantage of the early bird offer for Post's hugely popular annual Motor Claims conference.
Data presents huge opportunities for insurers but the potential for misusing it is a serious risk for the industry, according to speakers at Post's Insurance Technology conference.
Insurance Technology Conference: SSP director Waring criticises ‘naive’ insurers for lacking digital strategies
Insurers vastly overestimate their digital capabilities and risk losing customers to better-equipped competitors, according to SSP director David Waring.
Fighting cybercrime should be an executive board consideration, insurer panellists at Post’s Fraud conference in London said last week.
Concerns have been raised about plans by the Chartered Insurance Institute to reform data sharing between insurers and others using section 29(3) of the Data Protection Act.
The Association of British Insurers may consider advertising in the national media to tackle public perception of insurance fraud, its head of property fraud and specialist lines Aidan Kerr has said.
The 2013 British Insurance Awards was last week widely praised as “the best ever”.
Customer interaction and engagement are key to ruling the affinity market in 2014, according to legal services strategy head Michael Davidson.
Goss points at PPI scandal as example of mass impropriety.
The differences in customer service and customer loyalty between those who come via price comparison sites and those that come direct were highlighted in a presentation by Arthur J Gallagher managing director of partnerships Alan Sanderson.
A customer’s age is a determining factor in the importance of cost compared to quality of service when choosing an insurance policy, delegates at Post’s Affinity 2013 event heard.
Insurers could boost the industry’s reputation by imitating the Australian model of working closer together to tackle catastrophic claims surges, according to John Pyall, head of Munich Re’s Great Lakes facilitated claims unit.