New subgroup focused specifically on insurance technology and innovation in London
New initiative to drive innovation and cater for changing customer demands
Following the success of last year's event, we're once again teaming up with RGAx to present The Big Ideas Competition - our bid to discover the next bright spark of the protection industry
The Customer Risk and Opportunity Management platform will analyse trends and correlations for customers
Global company based in London and Liverpool opens office in Netherlands
Peace of mind is still motivating factor for those buying protection, however automated post-purchase operations can help provide this while unlocking growth, research by Munich Re has suggested.
Orchestra 7, which manages patient data, has been prepped with GDPR legislation in mind.
On Wednesday 25 April at The Wesley, London
COVER Magazine sits down for a flat white with the Styliff boys, the tech start-up winners of last year's Big Ideas Competition.
The service is available to advisers at point of client product selection.
Blockchain can play a crucial role in helping the insurance sector provide more flexible protection solutions to the UK's growing number of self-employed and 'gig economy' workers, according to Hymans Robertson.
Simon Tindal picks out the key discussion points that emerged from the recent 'Future of General Insurance' conference, which highlighted the way communications in the insurance industry are rapidly evolving
Mortgage Force has adopted iPipeline's protection modelling and sourcing solution, SolutionBuilder.
'Algorithms can only go so far'
Run by personal finance specialist Ian McKenna
De-bunking the 'digitisation myth', Mark Gee explains why technology is offering not just some but all financial advisers the opportunity to leapfrog their competitors
Atos will work in partnership with Aegon to improve business processes and customer experience for its 500,000 protection customers.
Budget airlines have had a fair amount of stick for some of their online booking processes, but they've definitely got some things right writes IRESS' Andrew Simon.
Fadata, a provider of advanced insurance technology, has won its first major UK customer for INSIS, a software package that provides a complete insurance management solution to life, general and health insurers.
Justin Taurog looks at the technological tools providers are using
Nick Baker discusses whether protection will catch up with the Insurtech wave.
With benefits such as providing real-time information to clients, insurers must no longer overlook electronic communications, writes Kirsty Tanner
Although it can be time-consuming, reviewing existing clients' protection needs can also mean additional revenue for you. Both advisers and insurance companies are missing out on a wealth of opportunity within their bank of existing clients, and it's...
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