This whitepaper focuses on the lessons learned during the coronavirus pandemic and how the actuarial function at life insurance firms might best evolve for effectiveness in a post Covid-19 world.
This whitepaper focuses on the impact of Covid-19 on motor insurance premiums and the steps motor insurers can take to acquire and retain the right customers in a post Covid-19 world.
The long-term success of an insurance company depends on a great many factors and one of the most important factors is ‘selection at the gate’. This e-book deals with the question of how automated risk assessment can play an important role in the commercial risk underwriting process.
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.
For insurers looking to grow, the challenge now is how to build and maintain a new breed of pricing models at scale, leveraging machine learning and advanced analytics. This whitepaper explains how insurers can adopt an agile pricing strategy that recognises changing behaviour and risk profiles.
Motor insurance providers across the UK can now start testing LexisNexis® Vehicle Build, a new solution to better evaluate specific Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) to support pricing and underwriting. Download this blog to find out more.
To determine if additional information about named drivers would truly help with differentiating the risk of a motor insurance policy, LexisNexis Risk Solutions analysed policies with named drivers present. This blog highlights some of the risk predictors for named driver insurance.
Based on research conducted by LexisNexis Risk Solutions, this blog highlights the impact of insurance policy cancellations, factors which increase the probability of future cancellations and how insurers can leverage cancellations data to make price adjustments to mitigate the risk and costs.
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.
Based on the findings of a recent SME Insurance Risk Survey, this report focuses on how insurers and brokers can attract and retain small to medium-sized enterprise clients, the importance of new technologies, the opportunities within the market and the emergence of new risks such as cyber.