Established in the UK in 1997, CRIF Decision Solutions Ltd. is part of the CRIF Group. The company provides added-value solutions, consumer profiling and information services for the UK insurance industry and legal professions to support decision management and fraud prevention (Motor, Home, PI, Pet). 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 around 20 years and is a provider of the Claims and Underwriting Exchange Register (CUE).
CRIF Group is a global company specialising in the development of credit bureau services, business information and credit solutions, which supports its clients thanks to 3,600 professional staff, 27 country-based operations, and 58 subsidiary companies. More than 6,300 banks and financial institutions, 44,000 business clients and 190,000 consumers use CRIF services in 50 countries on a daily basis.
Cyber risk is now number one or very high on the threat matrix for many organisations. This report sheds light on the evolving landscape of cyber risk in the UK, how insurers can price cyber risk and four simple steps organisations can follow to proactively manage cyber risk.
In this video, Sara Costantini, director at CRIF Decision Solutions, discusses the topic of fraud in the commercial space with Post commissioning editor Cecile Brisson.
Based on recent research conducted by Post in association with CRIF, this spotlight focuses on what the industry can do to improve fraud detection within commercial lines, including data sharing opportunities and better collaboration between insurers and brokers.
Closing the gap between the commercial and personal lines insurance sectors in the battle against fraud is a growing priority. Based on in-depth research, this spotlight focuses on the commercial areas most susceptible to fraud and how commercial insurers can proactively tackle fraud.
As the UK healthcare insurance market continues to grow, so too does the risk of healthcare insurance fraud. Produced by CRIF, this report sheds light on the common types of healthcare fraud, typical frauds impacting the NHS, and recent fraud trends and cases in the UK.
Within insurance, one of the recent trends to emerge can be categorised as the development of 'on demand' or 'micro-duration' insurance. This whitepaper studies how insurers are reacting to changing consumer needs and the impact upon claims management and counter-fraud activities.
This article aims to explain how the GDPR will impact on the insurance industry and the key challenges in fighting fraud once the regime comes into force in May 2018. The article sheds light on key industry concerns in relation to counter fraud data and the increasing value of ID verification.
As the insurance industry innovates to adapt to the changing face of risk and consumer expectations, how can insurers expect to benefit from the move to embrace enriched intelligence from new data sources? This article sheds light on the future of risk scoring and the top five anticipated benefits.
February 2016 saw the first ‘fundamentally dishonest’ ruling made in relation to a noise induced hearing loss [NIHL] claim. This article highlights the significance of the ruling and offers three top tips for insurers interrogating data related to NIHL claims.
How can insurers apply property attribute data to best effect during the claims process? This article sheds light on how insurers can leverage CRIF’s insurance fraud investigation service to access vital property insights which enable claims investigators to rapidly validate claims and tackle fraud.