Insurtech is sparking great ideas to extend and enhance how insurance is executed more than disrupting or upending the industry entirely. This article focuses on three specific strands of insurtech that will develop in 2018 and beyond and what they mean for the industry.
Optimising payments: How digital payments technology can transform the inefficiencies and cost of B2B payments
In cooperation with Mastercard, Optal asked 100 senior finance executives within FTSE 350 companies and large public sector organisations what they thought of the state of B2B payments. This report sheds light on the key findings from the research.
We are living in an age where everything is becoming ‘smart’; from smartphones to smart televisions and smart cities. With contracts undergoing this transition as well, we've answered five key questions relevant to the concept of 'smart contracts' and the implications for your business.
We’ve recently conducted research that shows education establishments are no exception to the growing of concern of cyber risk. As a result of our research, we’ve put together some information to help schools protect themselves from cyber threats.
This report sheds light on how leading commercial building insurers are using innovative IoT solutions to reduce risk, lower premiums and develop collaborative partnerships with their clients.
Having determined the existing threats and information gaps in cyber, our final panel will bring our speakers together to determine how to future-proof your cyber strategy and ensure that brokers are equipped to deliver for their customers moving forward.
This video will acknowledge that insurers must work better to overcome the knowledge vacuum in cyber insurance, and to take the time necessary to equip brokers with the tools needed to educate their clients and help prevent cyber attacks.
Insurers have been exploiting data for decades to underwrite risks. Could they use that know-how to market their products better and stop tech giants from taking customers? This article provides a summary of a recent roundtable where industry leaders discussed the industry’s use of customer data.
In this BIBA guide, our second for 2018, we look at how the motor insurance sector is evolving as technological advancements revolutionise vehicles and the roads we drive them on, and what legislation and regulation needs to be adapted or created to handle it.
Within insurance, one of the recent trends to emerge can be categorised as the development of ‘on demand’ or ‘micro-duration’ insurance. This whitepaper studies how insurers are reacting to changing consumer needs and the impact upon claims management and counter-fraud activities.