A panel discussion, part of Intelligent Insurer’s Underwriting Innovation USA virtual conference, will address how to harness new sources of external data and integrate into underwriting to support better decision-making. Panellist Leandro DalleMule, general manager, North America for Planck, outlines what is in store.
A panel of experts explain why greater diversity and inclusion in the London Market is important and say that box-ticking won’t cut it if you want to see the benefit on your bottom line. Hear more from the Intelligent Insurer Re/insurance Lounge panel.
Later this week, Xactware president Mike Fulton will be delivering a keynote presentation during the first-ever Claims Innovation Virtual Event organised by Intelligent Insurer.
Leveraging new data sources can help insurance carriers significantly improve many aspects of their business and enhance automation throughout the entire insurance cycle, including in the claims process. Insurtech Carpe Data tells us more.
With its own constellation of satellites poised to give a rapid assessment of flood damage, ICEYE is set to transform the way the re/insurance industry responds to cat events. Ahead of his participation in Claims Innovation USA, Charles Blanchet, ICEYE’s vice president of solutions, explained how it works.
Aon’s merger with Willis Towers Watson will create the world’s biggest broker and reshape the broking landscape in the process. Eric Andersen, president and member of the global executive committee, Aon, spoke to Intelligent Insurer to discuss the implications of the deal in the context of a fast-changing world and the increasingly complex needs of clients.
The FCA judgment on COVID-19 business interruption is in. But what is the impact for insurers, and was the judgment on September 15 really the last word on the matter? Intelligent Insurer finds out.
The global pandemic has created a real imperative for modernising the claims process, argues Ashi Bagdadi, corporate vice president, insurance for WNS, ahead of a webinar on the issue.
A combination of COVID-19 claims, a massive casualty hole and challenges on the asset side of the balance sheet mean the industry is facing an unprecedented crisis that will lead to an elongated hard market, Stephen Catlin, the CEO of Convex, told Intelligent Insurer.
COVID-19 has caused immense upheaval for insurers and insureds, with many people left feeling their insurers have abandoned them in their time of need. Rick Lindsey, CEO of Prime Insurance Company, believes this sense of dissatisfaction and betrayal has escalated the situation to a point where class actions are on the cards.