Everyone is talking about insurtech, but apart from its being a useful portmanteau term, does the reality live up to the hype that surrounds it? Intelligent Insurer asks those in the know.
US insurers face a unique set of challenges as they consider their growth strategies. Tom Hettinger of Guy Carpenter explains his company’s innovative tool GC Mosaic which helps clients make better growth decisions based on analytics and real data, to Intelligent Insurer.
Even after years of experience, senior underwriters can still spend a large part of their day doing the administrative tasks that they were taught early in their careers. AntWorks, a global artificial intelligence (AI) and intelligent automation company, can transform the way they spend their time.
Research by French reinsurer CCR in partnership with Météo-France and RiskWeaterTech has enabled them to highlight and evaluate the exposure to rare tropical storms of territories the vulnerabilities of which were, until very recently, underestimated, as David Moncoulon reports.
Risk pools can be an efficient way to insure and manage risks in countries which regularly suffer natural disasters. But is the gap between policy buyers and sellers being bridged quickly enough to make these pools possible? Intelligent Insurer reports.
Intelligent Insurer goes beneath the surface of the risk pool sector to discover why so many insurance firms are keen to get involved.
The leading provider of web-based property valuation solutions, e2Value takes a unique approach to insurance-to-value and collateral value monitoring. Co-founder Todd Rissel explains how it works.
Few disagree that John Neal, the chief executive of Lloyd’s for a year, has done much to move the market in the right direction. But the sheer scale and complexity of his task raises questions of whether the overall war can be won. Intelligent Insurer gauged the views of the market around the future of Lloyd’s.
Hailed as one of the few insurtech technologies with the potential to transform the centuries-old re/insurance industry, blockchain is finally moving from 'hype' to reality as companies are becoming increasingly focused on investment returns and solutions with real-world use.
A new generation of workers represents the future for the re/insurance sector. Intelligent Insurer investigates some of the tactics being used by companies to ensure they attract, retain and motivate this generation.