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.
How do homeowners feel about their data being used by insurance providers for the purpose of prefilling application forms when applying for cover? This report sheds light on the findings from LexisNexis Risk Solutions’ survey and insurers’ views on the use of prefill and contributory databases.
As we enter the second half of 2018, Neil Clutterbuck, Allianz chief underwriting officer, takes stock of some key industry topics and considers how these may develop. Topics covered: the Civil Liability Bill; Hackitt report; terrorism; broker market consolidation; ABI pricing principles and Brexit.
If 2017 has taught us anything, it is to expect the unexpected in the Art Market. Dr James Lindow, Underwriting Director, Art & Private Client at Ecclesiastical explores the sale of Da Vinci’s Salvator Mundi and the year’s other notable sales and trends in our Art Market Review.
In this webinar, our expert panel discuss how insurers can reap the benefits of IoT by successfully integrating IoT into a digital transformation programme. Our panel discuss how the data accrued can be used to improve underwriting decisions and drive new product innovations.
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.
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.
In this blog post, Nick Hobbs, director of broker markets at Allianz talks brokers through how to get the best from their underwriters. The blog highlights the value of tailoring approaches based on the nature of the risk and the importance of a tripartite client-broker-insurer relationship.
During 2017 and January 2018, insurers, MGAs and brokers within the insurance industry were invited to participate in an online survey relating to cyber. Based on the research findings, this report sheds light on the key trends impacting the cyber insurance landscape and what the future holds.
Rather than the string of separate products that cover various digital risks, insurers should consider creating an all-encompassing personal cyber cover, writes James Tucker, smart technology manager at Allianz. Download this blog post to find out more.