Today, insurers have access to the most personalised information ever available about customer behaviour. This blog highlights how telematics can be used within motor and property insurance to determine risk, improve pricing and deliver optimal customer experiences.
The last few years have seen disruption within the home insurance market. As a result, rating using previous claims history has never been more important. This brief fact sheet lays out all the key aspects of the LexisNexis® Precision Claims for Home project.
In this video, Martyn Mathews, Senior Director of Personal Lines at LexisNexis Risk Solutions highlights how household insurance providers can underwrite with greater certainty by bringing together claims history with other data enrichment factors.
With the average price of a motorhome costing in excess of £50,000, it’s important that owners have the right specialist insurance cover should the unexpected happen. This article focuses on some important factors that brokers and their clients should consider before obtaining cover.
What happens when a work of art gets damaged? Benedetta Brandi, Marketing & Communication Manager, AXA Art provides specific examples of works of art that have been damaged and the factors that determine whether a work of art can be restored or instead become classified as "Totaled".
Collinson surveyed over 2,000 consumers who’ve bought or renewed travel, car or home insurance in the past 12 months in the UK. With a focus on product innovation, discover how added value benefits can be used to drive profitability across different demographics and products.
Connected home technology is in nearly one in three homes, yet many consumers have held back from purchasing devices. This infographic highlights the barriers to purchasing devices and the risk prevention technologies that can be promoted to persuade consumers to adopt connected home technology.
The FCA’s interim report sets out concerns about how pricing in the home and motor insurance markets leads to consumers who do not switch or negotiate with their provider paying high prices for their insurance. This report also sets out some potential remedies to tackle concerns about pricing.
Thirty percent of consumers use at least one connected home technology device, with consumers placing a relatively high degree of trust in a recommendation from a home insurance provider to adopt connected home technology. This infographic illustrates the biggest influences for purchasing a device.
As new connected home technologies come to market, the general consumer interest in such technologies is growing. This infographic highlights consumer attitudes towards connected home technology and how insurers can leverage these technologies to benefit policyholders and reduce claims.