The Coalition Against Insurance Fraud, in partnership with SAS, conducted its fourth study to better understand how insurers are using technology to detect and prevent fraud. This report sheds light on whether insurers are succeeding with anti-fraud technology, challenges faced and future plans.
Every ten seconds, cyber thieves are trying to gain access into a business’s systems, with the amount of money lost to cybercrime in 2019 totalling $2 trillion. This article highlights three key trends in cybercrime that have dominated the conversation over the past 12 months.
Wine is big business. Volatile weather can pose big risks to winemakers and threaten their yield. This article explains how insurance coverage is evolving to meet the needs of today’s winegrowers and collectors, plus the steps winemakers can take to mitigate the risks associated with production.
APP fraud is a trend that’s starting to worry businesses across the country. However, the truth is that scammers often get away with it by focusing on hijacking smaller payments to mid-tier suppliers. This article highlights why APP fraud scams often fly under the radar.
This article focuses on the benefits of global insurance programs for multinational clients. Topics covered include: aggregating individual country risk globally; supporting more effective enterprise risk management; providing risk managers with greater control over how claims are managed.
Floods remain highly destructive and are expected to become even more frequent and intense. AXA XL has partnered with the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies to examine over 100 catastrophes. This article sheds light on the research project and the role played by re/insurance solutions.
Sports clubs and venues can face a wide range of risks, from minor accidents through to abuse claims. This article sheds light on the various risks and how brokers can support sports clubs and venues when it comes to putting the right cover and risk management in place.
Insurance companies risk falling behind more agile rivals if they fail to modernise their back offices. Post in association with Fincons Group recently brought together specialists from around the industry to discuss what insurers need to do to overcome their past to transform their future.
The financial services sector is under growing pressure to deliver a better user experience. This report assesses the key role of digital integration hubs in allowing the sector to effectively overcome the limitations of legacy systems and speed up its digital transformation journey.
This datasheet highlights how personal and commercial lines insurers can leverage financial services cloud to provide a seamless, intuitive customer experience, whilst building trusted relationships that last a lifetime.