As the insurance industry continues to tackle day-to-day operational challenges associated with Covid-19, some longer-term trends are starting to emerge. This webinar focuses on EXL's four stages of Covid-19 response and how automation will play a beneficial role in the “Future of Work”.
Designed for intermediaries, MGAs and brokers, this content focuses on how AutoRek delivers a robust automated financial control framework that reduces operational risk, enhances control and delivers efficiencies.
Getting staff to come back into work prompts a host of legal questions. This content features a link to a guidance document which reviews the government’s guidance on reopening workplaces in relation to the complex health and safety obligations employers are faced with.
Reconciliations are a vital part of the insurance industry, yet many firms still use manual tools such as Excel to perform these key financial controls. This content sheds light on how AutoRek’s feature-rich reconciliation software solution can help insurers transform their reconciliation processes.
In this article, Carrie Huang, an Underwriting Manager with AXA XL’s Crisis Management team for Asia, explains why resilience is the fundamental imperative for companies today, and outlines how firms can become more aware, better prepared, and ready to respond to adversity.
To stay competitive, insurers have an opportunity to thrive by strategically reviewing and controlling their expense ratios. This content sheds light on the major components of an insurer’s expense ratio and the levers available to influence the cost drivers and reduce expense ratios.
Brokers have a key role to play in helping clients spread the cost of their insurance, especially as the impact of the Covid-19 lockdown has been stark for many businesses. This article focuses on how brokers can use technology (specifically payment services) to help and support their clients.
As the UK gradually moves towards the 'new normal' and necessary changes are made to working practices, business owners will have in mind the risk of claims if employees develop Covid-19. This content highlights how businesses can mitigate the risk of employers' liability claims.
Since 1st July, it has been possible for employees to move to a flexible furloughing arrangement in which they can work under any part-time arrangement and be paid their normal wage for working hours. This article outlines the salient points of the next phase of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme.
As businesses begin to re-open following Covid-19, many leaders are expected to respond with new or reshaped business models influenced by new perspectives on operational resilience. This article highlights how insurers can help companies evaluate the comprehensive economics of resilience.