The product playbook: Guidelines for defining, planning and making the insurance products of tomorrow
Designed for property and casualty insurance leaders, this guide is intended to help P&C carriers prepare for a marketplace in which innovative, customer-focused product design and the speed at which those new products go to market – will define success for the leaders who plan accordingly today.
This guide is designed to help property and casualty insurance leaders prepare to take their first steps on a digital journey to a future defined by speed, innovation, and success. The guide studies the major forces shaping the P&C sector and the implications for how insurers need to respond.
Managing and mitigating the risks associated with intangible assets is complicated by the fact that they, by definition, are indistinct. This article looks at the advantages of captives over traditional risk transfer solutions covering IP, data, brand and other intangible assets.
This article focuses on the current state of the equipment breakdown insurance market and how preventative measures are helping to protect facilities’ financial health, whilst keeping equipment up and running, and high-quality products out for delivery.
In this blog, Tony Buss, Managing Director at ARAG, highlights the uncertainty facing the insurance industry in 2020 and why ARAG’s new Motor Complete product offers the broadest motor legal protection available for policyholders.
Artificial intelligence (AI) will change the face of the insurance industry. This report explores the rise of AI across the industry, the use cases that will revolutionise claims and underwriting, and how insurers can overcome the challenges when implementing this game-changing technology.
This week’s podcast brings you two topics in one episode. Jonathan Swift, content director for Insurance Post, interviews Simon Gallimore, vice-president for casualty and motor claims at AIG, on the topics of whiplash reforms and the customer journey.
Ahead of Insurance Post’s upcoming Motor Insurance World event, this report focuses on the key issues impacting the sector. Topics covered: whiplash portal update; distracted drivers and mobile phone usage; keyless motor theft; how data from motor crashes will help reduce fraudulent claims.
In the next in our series of podcasts with Motor Insurance World speakers, Alex Lewis-Jones, research manager at Delta EE, is interviewed by Post’s editor Stephanie Denton, on alternative modes of travel, the challenges and hurdles to our transport and the future of mobility.
In the next in our series of podcasts with Motor Insurance World speakers, Andrew Cox, detective superintendent at the Metropolitan Police, is interviewed by Post’s content director Jonathan Swift, outlining what challenges insurers can expect to come across over the next decade.