Vlog with Alan O'Loughlin: Increased data volumes for insurance and building pathways for innovation
Produced by LexisNexis Risk Solutions, this video explains the rising volumes of data coming into the insurance world and how value is extracted from data in order to provide innovative solutions to insurance providers and their customers.
2020 has been a remarkable year for emerging risks, and one of the early lessons is the need to enhance resilience. This article focuses on the specific ways captives enable businesses to be more resilient, whilst also financing and mitigating risks.
Infographic: Enabling insurance businesses in the London Market to achieve modernisation through automation & analytics
The Covid-19 pandemic has escalated London Market insurers’ commitment for modernisation. This infographic sheds light on the challenges presented by the ‘new normal’ and how London Market insurers can leverage automation & analytics to achieve modernisation.
In today’s business landscape, the definition of diversity has been broadened to include diversity of talent and ideas, supply chain, geography and operations, and digital fluency. This content focuses on how insurance companies can embrace five vectors of diversity to drive growth and resilience.
The long-term success of an insurance company depends on a great many factors and one of the most important factors is ‘selection at the gate’. This e-book deals with the question of how automated risk assessment can play an important role in the commercial risk underwriting process.
This content highlights why our human instinct to default to truth by giving individuals the benefit of the doubt can lead us to the wrong conclusions about insurance fraud and how automation can help claims teams overcome the limitations of human judgement.
Taken from ARAG's recent Talk to the Experts webinar about the exposures facing the road haulage industry, this video focuses on the wider implications for employers, and how they impact all businesses with workers and employees in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic and subsequent lockdown.
Societies have been grappling with the effects of the coronavirus on individuals and communities as well as the economic fall-out and financial consequences for organisations. This article explains how corporate social responsibility efforts have adapted to try to meet the changing circumstances.
In episode one of our new Art podcast series, Jennifer Schipf, Global Practice Leader for Art at AXA XL and Sofie Scheerlinck, Managing Director at TEFAF discuss the impact of Covid-19 on the industry and how various players in the art world are utilising technology to continue to conduct business.
Fire is never a gentle master: What we’ve learned from previous crises on the rise of insurance fraud
This content sheds light on insurance fraud trends during previous crises, the factors driving SME fraud during the current crisis and why now is the time for insurers to invest in solutions that could save them from paying out fraudulent (fire) claims in the post-Covid period.