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.
While insurers have welcomed the hardening market, it poses a challenge for insurance managers—who are increasingly looking at alternative risk transfer solutions, according to Scott Feltham, group insurance manager for Compass Group. He explains why the hardening market could be bad for insurers in the long run.
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.
FERMA board member Laurent Nihoul has seen supply chain risk management tested by COVID-19 and as captives become a more attractive option in response to the hardening market, he told Intelligent Insurer why the regulations governing them should be proportional to their size.
COVID-19 has intensified demand for streamlined, digital claims processing, giving some new players an edge. Ahead of a webinar on the topic, Sean Baird, Nuxeo’s director of product marketing, told Intelligent Insurer why the cloud and AI hold the answer.
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.
Cat risk modelling pioneer Karen Clark, founder of KCC, shares her unique insights on the past, present and future of the discipline and its key role for re/insurance.
The re/insurance market is hardening, that is now a given. During virtual Monte Carlo 2020, industry professionals shared their thoughts on how this hardening market will play out and how the impacts of COVID-19 will feed into this ever shifting picture.
COVID-19 is making organisations take a closer look at their risk management programmes. Speaking at Airmic Fest last week, Bradley Saunders, industry risk leader, Marsh Advisory, outlined the process for improvement.