Trust, value and flexibility are the key principles shaping embedded insurance offerings in the Nordics. This content provides a summary of a recent roundtable discussion where 12 senior insurance executives based in the Nordic region spoke freely and openly about the marketplace.
The Danish insurer Tryg became the largest P&C insurance company in Scandinavia on June 1, 2021, after closing the acquisition of the British insurer RSA Insurance Group plc. In this video, Lars Bonde, group COO explains how Tryg has reached this growth milestone and what lies ahead in its journey.
Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden are host to large insurance companies that have until now been underserved from a technology perspective. This blog explains why Duck Creek is releasing software packages and implementation accelerators tailored to the specific needs of this region.
In this video, Tryg Denmark’s Mette Rønberg, business change manager and Michael Poulsen, VP, head of business technology, discuss how the Scandinavian insurer is leveraging Guidewire’s claims handling system to build an environment of change.
Insurance is a global business that must nevertheless account for local and even individual differences to deliver better outcomes across multiple facets of our industry. This blog highlights how insurers in the Nordics are reaping the benefits of local data and expertise to improve performance.
Using the right modern technology ingredients to improve the customer journey and drive business growth is vital for the future success of the insurance industry. This blog sheds light on three innovation strategies which have been adopted in insurance markets in Poland, Scandinavia and Italy.
An engineering partnership with FM Global helps Swedish automotive manufacturing company, SKF AB, to build production and supply chain resilience.
Aon's latest catastrophe report studies the economic impact of hurricane-force winds and flooding in northern Europe, thunderstorms and heavy rain in China, plus severe weather in the United States where insured losses totalled USD2.0 billion.