On this episode of Conversations on the Creek, Rob Savitsky and Peter Herz from Duck Creek chat with Tara Kelley of SPLICE about communication strategies and programs insurers are utilising for engaging with policyholders about catastrophic (CAT) events.
London market insurers are turning to Software as a Service, putting a new emphasis on how to achieve a successful tech rollout. In this blog, Duck Creek Technologies’ Matthew Priestley shares his expertise.
It was with great interest that people in the insurance industry awaited the publication of Blueprint Two and its implications for the Lloyd’s Market. This blog briefly outlines the objectives of Lloyd’s latest modernisation initiative.
What are the common challenges of complex commercial and specialty business processing? Watch this video to discover more about how Guidewire simplifies complex commercial operations. Topics covered include inwards reinsurance, delegated authority and the London Market.
In part one of this video, Aon’s Emma Karhan discusses climate-related exposures and how the insurance industry can prepare for the next major systemic risk. In part two, AIR UK’s Shane Latchman discusses how insurers can use natural catastrophe models to quantify climate change risk.
This blog highlights the increasing threat posed by windstorms in the UK, why property insurance providers are building windstorm data into their pricing at point of quote and how geospatial mapping technology enables insurers to manage their exposure as a storm unfolds.
This report highlights the operational challenges London market participants need to consider around the implementation of Blueprint Two, how these practical challenges can be overcome and the future directions of travel for a modernisation programme.
This report seeks to identify the key challenges surrounding the implementation of Blueprint Two (BPII), the Lloyd’s modernisation agenda in the London market.
This on-demand webinar asks a panel some important questions around the role claims has to play in building customer trust and how automation helps create a premium customer experience. What do customers want? What should they expect? How do you re-engineer processes with the customer in mind?
In this special ‘Future Edition’ of Post – in association with Verisk – we take an educated guess as to what might be happening a decade from now. To do this we pulled together six main topics: motor insurance; personal injury; property insurance; the London Market; climate change; and eco-systems.