Israel is one of the most technology-driven economies in the world, with innovation at the heart of its business culture, and it is poised to become the global hub for insurtech innovation. Intelligent Insurer investigates.
Intelligent automation and machine learning are key to handling the large amount of data that managing general agents have to deal with every day, as Mike Kelly of AutoRek tells Intelligent Insurer.
The demand for global cyber cover is growing, but as the marketplace has become progressively crowded and fragmented, identifying the best solution has become increasingly difficult. Reza Khan and Jamie Bouloux, the leadership behind EmergIn Risk, explain to Intelligent Insurer how they have built an organisation prepared to offer differentiated and bespoke solutions on a global basis.
Managing general agents have grasped the insurtech sector and are moving to support communities or individuals as a way to promote their brand and also to develop new product ranges. Here racing driver Esmee Hawkey discusses her role as Landmark Underwriting’s brand ambassador.
The demand for weather risk products is growing. Intelligent Insurer asks Nephila Climate chairman Barney Schauble what is driving this forecast.
As the rating agencies, regulators and investors wake up to the magnitude of the threat posed by silent cyber risk, re/insurers must get their act together and tackle this large and infinitely complex risk head-on. Intelligent Insurer reports.
Insurtechs have significantly improved the awareness and adoption of technology, although enablers have seen far greater success than the disruptors in the traditionally slow-moving insurance industry.
Technology is changing the way insurance and underwriters can and will do business. Intelligent Insurer went to the Swiss Re Institute’s recent ‘Shaping modern underwriting’ event to hear about key trends and find out what the future of the industry could look like.
As artificial intelligence is used on an increasingly wide variety of insurance applications, insurers need to keep an eye out for additional possible uses, according to Pamela Negosanti global vice president of insurance at AI firm Expert System.
While the insurance industry has traditionally been slow-moving and often late to embrace technology, this has changed in the past two years with most carriers now willing to explore the potential of artificial intelligence (AI) specifically as they bid to stay ahead of the curve.