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Insurers are increasingly interested in carbon credits. They are looking to purchase them to help reach their own emission reduction goals as well as to create new insurance products to protect others against the risks associated with carbon offsetting. Download this report to find out more.
While today's generative AI is already powerful and maturing rapidly, it's important to remember we're still in the early stages of understanding and unlocking its full potential. In this article, Emanuele Colonnella, innovation lead, Generali highlights three factors insurers need to consider.
In this podcast, InsTech’s CEO Matthew Grant previews our newsletter on generative AI, particularly who is using it, where are we on the hype cycle and three different reactions from insurers to integrating generative AI.
Underwriting workbenches represent an opportunity for insurers and MGAs to increase their competitive edge by automating administrative processes, augmenting data sets and increasing regulatory compliance. Download this report to find out more.
Corporations can face costly losses after an earthquake, but insurance is becoming more expensive. As more corporates choose parametric earthquake insurance to cover their exposure, this report looks at how parametric earthquake insurance works and how sensor technology works to trigger policies.
This report reviews the techniques and tools available today to help insurers understand, manage and mitigate natural hazard risk for properties they are insuring.
For most insurance organisations, there are manual elements to ingesting, processing and transferring data, which is time consuming and expensive. Featuring profiles of 30 leading insurtech providers, this report provides some top tips for insurers on how to improve data ingestion and extraction.
Whilst the necessity to insure SME cyber risk is growing, underinsurance has been increasing with many SMEs insufficiently covered. This content highlights how insurers, MGAs, brokers and the wider cybersecurity industry can collaborate to close the SME cyber insurance protection gap.
Insurance ecosystems are enabling effective and efficient digitisation and data exchange. This report focuses on what an insurance ecosystem looks like, building an insurance technology ecosystem and the role that administration systems can play in enabling their growth.
Accurately locating a property and understanding its attributes is essential to supporting underwriting and premium determination. This report reviews the latest trends and technologies in acquiring information for geocoding, and profiles the companies who provide solutions in this space.