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Homelyfe has launched it Partner Platform to enable third party firms to take advantage of its insurance product lines and provide home insurance cover in less than four minutes.
Zurich has launched a new initiative in order to enter partnership with innovative companies and embed technology into its business.
US on demand insurtech firm Slice has said that its on demand home sharing insurance products will be available by Q2 this year, following its partnership with Legal and General.
Global insurtech Eviid is setting its sights on expansion across Europe following the successful partnerships with insurers across the UK, US and Australia.
This week, the insurance industry received the news that the government’s controversial whiplash reforms are likely to be put into effect in April next year.
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Bought by Many has launched a 'no form' online claims process for customers claiming on their pet insurance.
Ex-Axa boss Matthew Reed has launched an insurtech MGA targeted at SMEs.
Ex-Aviva product manager Damian Cristian has developed an Artificial Intelligence-driven chatbot app for personal insurance.
An insurtech start-up has today launched an app enabled home and contents product that can be bought as quickly as 85 seconds.
Reinsurers led the way in insurtech investment during Q4 2017, directly and through their corporate venture arms.
Urban Jungle has developed an application programming interface which will be rolled out to partnering home insurers.
With their restrictive covenants expiring at the end of 2017, the former LV general insurance management are now free to re-enter the market. Jonathan Swift speaks to the quintet about their new consortium ABC Investors, digital innovation and what it…
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Gadget replacement insurtech In My Bag will begin a £500,000 funding round through crowdfunding platform Seedrs.
There does not appear to be any slowdown in the number of insurtech start-ups that are aiming to mark their mark on the insurance sector.
Some investment criteria into insurtech start-ups “don’t make sense over time”, said Neil Harrison, global head of claims at Aon Risk Solutions, warning against “innovation that is going to cause dissatisfaction”.
Insurers are investing in employee benefits as a way to recruit and retain staff - and they go beyond the core elements of pension, life and health cover to sometimes include quirky perks
Swiss insurtech start-up Go Flink is to relaunch and release a range of new products to distribute worldwide.
On demand insurer Dinghy has secured a $1.2m round of funding led by Balderton Capital, which also backed pay-as-you-go insurer Zego.
Insurtech start-up Laka, previously Insure A Thing, has launched into the UK market with bicycle cover backed by Zurich.
The promised whiplash and discount rate reforms, as well as the UK’s exit from the European Union, are expected to shape the coming year for the industry. Insurers, brokers, loss adjusters and lawyers are wary of political uncertainties and the trends in…
Insurtech start-up Urban Jungle has completed a £1m seed investment round.