CRIF Decision Solutions Ltd., a CRIF Group company, provides information services, consumer profiling and digital solutions for the UK insurance industry to support decision management, 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 20 years and is a provider of the Claims and Underwriting Exchange Register (CUE).
CRIF is a global company specialising in the development and management of credit and insurance bureau services, business information systems and credit solutions. Established in 1988 in Bologna (Italy), CRIF has an international presence, operating over four continents (Europe, America, Africa and Asia).
Included in the prestigious FinTech 100 ranking, CRIF is the leading provider in continental Europe of banking credit information, one of the key players worldwide providing integrated services and solutions for business information and credit & marketing management. Over 10,500 banks, 1,000 insurance companies and more than 82,000 business clients use CRIF services in 50 countries worldwide.
For the first time ever, banks and insurance companies will be able to empower their SME customers by providing them with an added-value joint proposition. Download this e-book to find out more about an unprecedented alliance in SME financial services - where FinTech meets InsurTech.
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With the coronavirus pandemic highlighting shortcomings in business continuity cover and the perceived unfair denial of claims, this spotlight focuses on how insurers can restore confidence in their products and adjust in order to remain relevant to customers in a post Covid-19 world.
This spotlight highlights how Covid-19 has acted as a catalyst for positive change in the insurance industry and the implications for working practices, risk management, product innovations and ultimately customer outcomes.
The UK pet insurance market represents significant growth opportunities for insurers equipped with the right tools available to enhance customer insights, improve operational efficiencies and detect fraud. This content focuses on how pet insurers and new entrants can achieve profitable growth.
The 5th Money Laundering Directive came into being in January 2020 and is now known as The Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing (Amendment) Regulations 2019. This content highlights the key requirements impacting law firms and how the legal sector can fulfil its obligations related to 5MLD.
A major event like coronavirus presents increased cyber and data security risks, especially with large numbers of organisations adopting home working policies. This content sheds light on the specific cyber security risks facing organisations and the steps they can take to mitigate their exposure.
In the digital age banks and insurers need to rethink their partnership approach to the customer and embrace the opportunities presented by the digital environment. This whitepaper looks at how insurers and banks can effectively partner together by leveraging the benefits of the bancassurance model.
Based on insights from Post’s SME Insurance Risk Survey, this article sheds light on why the take-up of cyber insurance among SMEs is so low, the perils of underinsurance and the biggest concerns among SMEs that might encourage them to increase their cyber cover through brokers or insurers.