LexisNexis Risk Solutions recently completed a comprehensive study on how digitisation is affecting UK home insurers. This report examines current views on the role and potential of data and analytics within the home insurance industry.
Rare books, antique books, first editions and the like can raise large sums of money – and become priceless possessions for their owners. This article highlights the major risks to collections of rare books, the risk management steps that owners can take and the insurance solutions available.
Without proper care, fine art inventory in motion can present a big risk of damage or loss. This article highlights the advantages of using specialists in art logistics to transport inventory any why stand-alone insurance coverage is preferable to protect fine art in a wide variety of situations.
Based on research conducted by LexisNexis, this infographic highlights: how home insurers are benefiting from data and analytics today; areas where data and analytics can be better utilised; what insurers see as the top five data sources of the future; the value of contributory databases.
In this video, Chris Mansfield of Neos and George Bladon of ARAG talk about the partnership between the two companies and how ARAG came to be selected as the innovative insurtech startup's home emergency and legal expenses insurance provider.
A recent study by LexisNexis revealed that managing profitability was the key focus area for UK home insurers, whilst better understanding and managing the risk profile of their book, and increased price competition were cited as significant challenges. Download this report to find out more.
Based on input from home insurance professionals, this infographic illustrates the key priorities and challenges, as well as the top trends facing UK home insurers today. Topics covered: transforming markets; putting customers first; smart home technology; mobile and digitisation.
Technology has reshaped the threat landscape for households. This whitepaper sheds light on why cyber protection is critical to help families offset the costs of cyber crime, three key issues that cyber cover must address and the essential components of a good product mix.
Generation Rent UK survey: Attitudes towards protecting their property and the realities of insurance
According to PwC, since 2000, the percentage of 20-39 year olds who rent privately has more than doubled from 20% to 50%. This report sheds light on the attitudes of 1,000 members of Generation Rent towards protecting their property and the realities of insurance.
The application of smart technology in the home marks a significant change for the household insurance market. This article highlights the opportunities available for insurers to leverage data collected by smart devices to prevent accidents, enhance fraud detection and help validate claims remotely.