This content focuses on why many insurance companies are turning to intelligent automation to support existing underwriting functions and leverage the value of data. Download this article to discover how digital workers can complement human underwriters and enhance the customer experience.
Underwriters often shake their heads at the almost insurmountable challenge of structuring risk selection and fraud detection, but what sounds like an unsolvable problem, isn’t. This content highlights the tools available to help underwriters make informed decisions based on real-time insights.
What does the future hold for property insurance? In the latest instalment, Jonathan Swift looks at how in 10 years’ time new technologies from the Internet of Things to remote survey technology will see the property insurance sector move from a responsive model to a predictive one driven by data.
Standard business insurance may not compensate businesses for the lost revenues that they incur as a result of Covid-19. This blog highlights why insurance companies must address a large protection gap and create products which include business-interruption coverage for future pandemics.
During the lockdown period, Crawford & Company has reported a 40% increase in reported fire-related incidents. This report focuses on the impact of lockdown on the number of UK commercial and domestic fire claims, as well as the factors contributing to the increase in fire-related claims.
Water in idle buildings can quickly stagnate allowing Legionella, a potentially lethal pathogen, to thrive. In this article, Joachim Keck, a Casualty Risk Consultant with AXA XL, outlines the threat as well as the measures companies should consider taking to eliminate this risk.
Around the world, many facilities have been idled because of the current pandemic, Covid-19. Intended for facilities that have been idled for weeks or a few months and have applied basic idle plant measures, this guidance addresses three core areas facility managers should focus on.
A split is appearing in commercial property insurance between providers using digitisation and data enrichment and those yet to adopt these technologies. This report assesses commercial property insurance providers’ appetite for digitisation in general and for the use of data enrichment.
A study of commercial property insurance professionals investigated to what extent providers are embracing digitisation and data enrichment, and their reasons for doing so. This infographic provides a snapshot of the research findings.
Included in the Coronavirus Act - and in the Coronavirus (Scotland) Act - is protection from eviction for commercial tenants that fail to pay their rent. This content briefly outlines the implications for commercial landlords and tenants.