Insurtech in 2022: transformation, unicorns, and car crashes


Insurtech in 2022: transformation, unicorns, and car crashes

David Clamp, The Camelot Network; Carl Bauer, Eos Venture Partners; Eric Joost, CAC Specialty; Joan Cuscó, Mapfre

While many insurtechs have the power to disrupt the industry and change the insurance proposition, the space is still very much in its infancy. But that is soon to change, an Intelligent Insurer panel found.

In January, Intelligent Insurer hosted a panel of insurtech and insurance transformation experts to gather predictions for the insurtech landscape and advice on partnering for change.

Opening the panel, David Clamp, founder and chair of The Camelot Network and panel moderator, said: “Every insurer and reinsurer knows that change is on the way. This will be either tech-driven change or customer-driven change and that will transform, over time, the way we operate and our businesses.

“At the same time, thousands of insurtechs have launched in recent years. Some are succeeding, some aren’t, but they’re all challenging what we’re doing. They’re driving great learning from within the insurtech world and across the insurance space.”

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