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Powering the bionic underwriter of the future

Global19-03-2019General Insurance, General Liability, Health Insurance, Homeowners Insurance

The use of artificial intelligence in future underwriting was the topic of a webinar organised by Intelligent Insurer on March 7, 2019.

​Purely digital insurers and their service providers increase the attractiveness of Germany’s insurance market

Europe19-03-2019Liability Insurance, Motor re/insurance

​The current wave of insurtech startups is producing purely digital insurers that are competing with the established players, says Ingolf Putzbach, managing director of sum.cumo, an end-to-end provider for the digitisation of insurance companies.​​

Adaption without disruption: the market’s evolving view of insurtech

Global, London Market, UK04-02-2019

Insurtech innovations continue to fascinate the market, but how do incumbent players see the companies that are entering—and are their opinions evolving over time? Intelligent Insurer investigates.

Robots will transform motor insurance,but risk appetite might determine how fast

Global24-01-2019Motor re/insurance, Risk Modelling

Driverless cars seem destined to redefine the landscape for motor re/insurers—the only question is how quickly. Intelligent Insurer assessed the views of insurance executives in an online survey.

Strange bedfellows: risks and rewards as re/insurers dabble in venture capital

Global21-01-2019

The race to reap the rewards of insurtech has prompted a growing number of re/insurers to launch their own venture capital arms—but this comes with potential risks as well as rewards. Intelligent Insurer investigates.

Buy, sell, retract, invest in insurtech—a plethora of strategic dilemmas for 2019

Global20-12-2018Insurance-linked Securities (ILS)

Investors demand everything from growth to investment in technology to diversity these days, and industry CEOs will have it tough in 2019. It is no wonder that the new year’s resolution of some execs is to retire.

Cyber insurance: a not so global market

Europe, North America18-12-2018Cyber

Though cyber risk is a distinctly global threat, the cyber insurance markets in the US and the EU have developed in different directions both in terms of products and pricing. This has consequences for players that are eager to take advantage of the significant growth potential of this line of business, as Intelligent Insurer discovers.

Incumbents may be falling behind in the insurtech race

Global11-12-2018

As money continues to pour into insurtech ventures, there is evidence that only the big, global technology players and true venture capital firms have pockets deep enough to precipitate true disruption in the insurance space. Simon Hayes investigates where this will leave the incumbent players.

Blockchain’s future in insurance takes shape

Global04-12-2018Property and Casualty (P&C)Christian Wuestner

The re/insurance industry holds high expectations for blockchain technology as an opportunity to increase efficiency of insurance processes, and the future is beginning to take shape with the launch of new platforms and products. Intelligent Insurer reports.

Ensuring innovation is more than a cliché

Global27-11-2018

The numerous challenges the insurance industry faces mean that innovation is critical to tackling them. Rob Bentley of Guy Carpenter, describes how Guy Carpenter is helping its clients manage these challenges—especially the conundrum of insurtech.

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