In this end of year review, Simon McGinn takes a look back at the past 12 months, considering various hot topics and issues like Brexit, legislative changes and the ongoing matter of broker market consolidation. This feature also looks at 2019 and beyond.
Out-dated and manually intensive collection and reconciliation systems have a stranglehold on the insurance sector, stopping companies from getting any satisfaction from the moving feast of payments. This whitepaper sheds light on how the industry is managing this financial merry-go-round.
2018 has seen many regulatory changes that have affected us all. We look back at the regulations that have been implemented and those coming up in 2019. Topics covered: Brexit; GDPR; IDD; SMCR; renewal transparency; succession planning; credit worthiness and affordability.
The majority of brokers admit to feeling stressed at work, many feel overwhelmed by work pressures. Workloads, regulation and pressure to hit targets are contributing to mental health issues. Ecclesiastical lifts the lid on the mental health issues facing brokers across the UK.
It's only a matter of time until the majority of vehicles on our roads have some autonomous capabilities. Before this can happen, there are a lot of issues that need to be worked out to ensure safety and protect road users. Download this article to find out more.
Based on the results of a recent LexisNexis Risk Solutions survey, this infographic illustrates consumer attitudes to having their data shared to prefill home insurance applications.
The insurance industry is in transition, shifting from a traditional numbers-based industry to a high-tech industry driving customer experiences and outcomes. This report studies the factors driving change and the challenges that must be overcome for insurers to accelerate digital transformation.
Lexis Nexis Risk Solutions’ recent survey revealed that commercial property insurance specialists recognise the potential for data to improve business processes. This infographic illustrates attitudes and perceptions of contributory databases and data enrichment.
Using examples of insurers who are transforming their businesses, this article looks at the processes linked to data integration and automation that can enable insurers to open up new business opportunities and improve interactions with their most profitable clients.
The next wave of growth and value creation for insurers will be from their ability to rapidly move to Digital Insurance 2.0. This whitepaper sheds light on the latest trends and why survival and winning will require rapid adaptability and innovation.