CRIF Decision Solutions Ltd., a CRIF Group company, provides information services, and open banking and digital solutions for the UK financial sector to support decision management, consumer profiling, fraud prevention and digital transformation. It is also the outsourcer appointed by Claims Portal Ltd. to operate the RTA, EL and PL portal.
CRIF Decision Solutions Ltd. has been supporting the UK insurance industry for over 25 years and is a provider of the Claims and Underwriting Exchange Register (CUE).
CRIF is a global Fintech company specialising in the development and management of credit bureau services, business information systems and credit solutions. Established in 1988 in Italy, CRIF has an international presence, operating across four continents (Europe, America, Africa and Asia) and supporting over 10,500 banks, 600 insurance companies and more than 82,000 business clients in 50 countries.
Climate change is one of the greatest, long-term risks facing the insurance sector. Fortunately, insurers can play a pivotal role in the transition to a greener economy. This content focuses on how insurers can contribute to a greener future by leveraging ESG data to reduce climate risk.
The ability to engage, assess, advise on risk and price accurately is vital in today’s commercial insurance market. Based on the results of a recent Commercial Insurance Risk Survey, this content highlights how insurers and brokers can create a smoother journey for onboarding commercial clients.
How can brokers and insurers educate commercial customers about the risks they’re exposed to? In the second instalment of the research series by Insurance Post and CRIF, this content explores how education, engagement and technology converge to shape a resilient future for commercial insurance.
Insurance Post, in partnership with CRIF, conducted a survey to explore the risks associated with the commercial insurance sector. This article delves into the evolving business risk landscape, the challenges faced during client onboarding, and how to comprehensively assess a client’s risks profile.
From policy fronting to ghost broking to generative AI, this infographic provides an overview of the most common types of insurance fraud. View this infographic to learn more about the latest fraud schemes as well as opportunistic and organised fraud trends.
As insurers strive to stay ahead of fraudsters, artificial intelligence is emerging as a formidable weapon. This content sheds light on the profound impact AI is having on the insurance industry, leveraging AI for accurate risk assessment and fraud detection, as well as AI risks for insurers.
At a recent roundtable discussion hosted by Insurance Post, in collaboration with CRIF, an expert panel discussed the influence of the current cost-of-living crisis on pet insurance sales and renewals. This article provides a summary of the key discussion points.
Since 1994, the Claims and Underwriting Exchange (CUE) has helped insurers verify an individual’s household, motor or personal injury claims history. This content sheds light on how insurers can maximise the power of CUE to help combat fraud.
What more can be done to ensure ESG principles are better understood, measured, and embedded across tomorrow’s insurance landscape? In this podcast, specialists from CRIF, Aviva and Allianz examine the influence of ESG principles on insurers and their supply chains.
Consumers, industry participants, civil society, regulators, and the media are all increasingly questioning the integrity of some of the ‘green’ claims made by companies and financial firms. This content highlights why ESG scrutiny is building, and the business risks and opportunities for insurers.