Last week, a group of staff from ARAG took the train up to London for the UK Women in Insurance Summit at Canary Wharf. In this blog, ARAG’s Katie Furse, Bianca Allison and Lisa Abrahams share some takeaways from the event.
This article looks at how insurers can assist intermediaries with recruiting and training potential future leaders, and what the industry is doing to support smaller brokers that are looking to exit and need M&A guidance.
ARAG is thrilled to be supporting the upcoming UK Women in Insurance Summit that is being hosted in Canary Wharf, and looking forward to the fascinating line-up of speakers and panel discussions. Read this blog to find out more.
Businesses are defined by how they respond to crises and brokers are defined by their ability to assist businesses when crises occur. This content focuses on what the future of insurance looks like and how brokers can use data and technology to identify new growth opportunities within the SME space.
Conversations about the cost-of-living crisis and surging energy bills understandably tend to zero in on the impact upon on individuals and families, yet many businesses are struggling too. This content highlights the challenges still facing SMEs and the importance of having legal protection.
The pace of change in insurance continues to accelerate and keeping up remains a challenge for insurers. This blog highlights three high level trends, and why insurers need to rethink their homegrown, legacy core systems in order to navigate these trends, or face dire consequences.
This blog provides examples of humanised experiences across the insurance lifecycle and how continuous updates in SaaS core systems will make it easier to enable insurers to define the humanised experiences of the future.
From cyber risks and financial lines, to product liability, art and marine insurance coverage, the global specialty commercial insurance market has witnessed substantial growth. This blog highlights four ways insurers are unlocking the potential of specialty commercial lines insurance.
The 2023 Global consumer insurance insights survey reveals strong demand from global consumers for humanised insurance purchasing, switching and communication experiences through digital channels. This blog highlights some of the key findings from Duck Creek Technologies’ latest research.
The landscape of commercial lines insurance has undergone significant changes in recent years, presenting both opportunities and challenges for insurers. This blog delves into the highly competitive world of commercial SME and motor insurance.